George Michael is the cover star of Smash Hits, as Wham! are once again riding high in the charts.
1985 was the year of Live Aid, and the Fashion industry joined in with Fashion Aid, an event attended by the likes of Freddie Mercury, Suggs and Boy George.
Feargal Sharkey is interviewed, where he reveals he doesn’t like Ginger Nuts and isn’t very good at sports.
Wham! get a four page feature, where they reveal that their new single I’m Your Man is about sex.
In ads, there is an advert for a new single called West End Girls by an unknown band called Pet Shop Boys.
Also getting interviewed this week is the band Mai Tai.
Paul Hardcastle is subject to a Q and A. It wasn’t N-n-n-n-n-n-nineteen questions long, but he did reveal that Joan Collins is his favourite actress.
Concert Reviews sees Smash Hits head to Glasgow for Midge Ure doing a hometown show at Barrowlands Ballroom.
There’s no guest reviewer for Singles, as In Embrace got voted Best Single.
New products on the markets were Popic Watches, watches with the image of your favourite pop band on them.
Enjoying a good review were Jesus and Mary Chain, whose new album got awarded 9 and a half out of 10.