Lolly’s final appearance in the charts saw her attempt to resurrect an ’80s classic that was still alive and kicking.
But few would have anticipated that Lolly’s festive single ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ would transpire to be one of the most chillingly haunting songs of the ‘90s.
We caught up with Lolly to talk about Spotify, which single she didn’t want to release and why Jess Glynne was the wrong choice to support the Spice Girls.
The most reliable tool in any budding pop star’s arsenal was a well-timed cover version – and for Lolly’s second single, it came in the shape of ‘Mickey’
As a pop scholar, it made sense then that Lolly would open her career with ‘Viva La Radio’. Or, as it is otherwise known: a brief history of broadcast radio
‘Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love)’ saw Lolly take on Ricky Martin at his own game and successfully jump aboard the Latin-pop bandwagon