In answer to their question, appearing on the cover of Smash Hits is probably a good sign that Bros are famous. They found being on the cover of Smash Hits to be weird, having read the magazine at school.
As you open the magazine, there is a poster of Morrissey.
In competitions, you could win an Eddie Cochran single and a Levi’s T-shirt, or you could try to win an AC/DC satchel. Larry Mullan Jnr is interviewed, where he reveals people ask him to hold their umbrella for them while they got Bono’s autograph.
The American and Australian versions of Smash Hits had their Readers Polls, with the results being published. Duran Duran were popular in America, while Australian acts were unsurprisingly popular in Australia.
There is a profile of American star Taylor Dayne, riding high in the charts with Tell It To My Heart.
Kylie Minogue gets a poster an and interview, where she reveals she doesn’t like her teeth.
Debbie Gibson gets a double page interview, where she offers readers a guide to America.
In tours, you could see Pink Floyd, Robert Plant or Erasure if you wished.
Beastie Boys get a double page interview, where they say they want to start a Heavy Metal TV channel.
The Bangles get interviewed where Susanna reveals that her favourite music is Terence Trent D’Arby, Peter Gabriel and Rolling Stones.
Patsy Kensit reviews new singles, giving her favourite to Sting, and admitting to liking early Echo and the Bunnymen, but not knowing who The Doors were.
In concerts, Tiffany gets reviewed as she tours UK shopping centres.
The magazine ends with a double page interview with cover stars Bros.