MAGAZINE ARCHIVE : SMASH HITS – 15.9.1993

The Fresh Prince is the cover star of this week’s edition of Smash Hits, but you may now know him as Will Smith.

Smash Hits visits the premiere of Much Ado About Nothing, which was attended by Nick Berry, Kenneth Brannagh, Ian Wright, Chris Evans and Dani Behr.

There is a full page feature on budding TV Presenter Justin Orange, who gets mobbed by female fans everywhere he goes, due to being mistaken for his twin brother Jason from Take That.

Talking of Boy Bands, Smash Hits goes on tour to America with East 17.

Will Smith gets a double page interview, while Eastenders star Sean Maguire gets asked some moral quandaries.

In posters, you could get a poster of the band James alongside one of Howard Donald.

In reviews, Single Of The Week went to Radiohead with Creep.

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MAGAZINE ARCHIVE : SMASH HITS – 23.10.1996

Ronan and Stephen from Boyzone are the cover stars of this edition of Smash Hits, during the Autumn of 1996.

In news, Howard Donald has recorded tracks for a solo album, while Jas Mann from Babylon Zoo has written a song for his new friend Paolo Maldini.

Jamie Redknapp has a column in Smash Hits, where he reveals that his social life is restricted to an Italian restaurant near Anfield.

Tipped for stardom this week, is Brian Kennedy.

Cover stars Boyzone get a three page diary, as they share their diary as they go on promotional duty.

Getting the lyrics poster treatment are Chemical Brothers, Lightning Seeds and Boyzone.

Robson and Jerome, riding high in the charts, get a three page feature.

Ant and Dec are reviewing singles, and give awards for Best Single to Catatonia and Octopus.

Gina G answers questions from a biscuit tin, revealing that she was 12 the first time she got drunk.