Check out this article in the latest issue of Girl Talk Magazine!
Think falling over at school was bad? Just wait until you read these stars’ embarrassing tales…
“I was on my friend’s street and the girl who lived next door said she’d teach me a magic trick. She told me to close my eyes and put my hands on my head, then she pulled my trousers down in the middle of the street!”
“I’m embarrassed all the time. I was once on stage and one of my shoes fell off and landed in the front row. It landed on my friend’s lap, so I kept dancing with one shoe and she threw it back to me and I quickly ran to the side of the stage to put it back on!”
“Being tall, I’m always hitting my head on the side of a car or when going through a door. I think I’ve gotten minor concussions from hitting my head on so many things!”
Out Of This World!
“Once, we had to fly across the arena on harnesses. When we got halfway across the theatre we were supposed to dance in the air, but I started tipping upside down and I thought I was going to fall out of mine. Everyone else was dancing and I was just trying to pull myself back up!”
Jade, Little Mix
“I’ve had loads of embarrassing moments! I had a train door shut on my head once, as I was kissing a boyfriend goodbye!”
Cheryl, The X Factor
“I was once in a café and Harry Styles came in. I’d been joking that I’d probably wet myself if I met 1D. So my dad started kicking me under the table and shouted out: ‘Are you going to wet yourself now?’ Cringe!”
Anaïs, Friday Download
“I’ve had a fair few embarrassing moments. I’ve fallen into a bin, tripped up and fallen down stairs!”
How do you handle the embarrassment? These sympathetic stars know what it feels like to have a cringe moment or two. So here’s their advice on how to keep your head high and just shake it off!
Laugh it off
“When you get into embarrassing situations, you have to realise that it’s not that important. It’s all about remembering that the past is the past and we learn and then move on. Live for the present, that’s what life is all about! Don’t dwell on it.”
Make it work for you
“The songs I’ve written about my moments of humiliation, embarrassment or devastation have gotten me the greatest sense of clarity. With no bumps in the road, maybe my music
would be more beige and maybe the stadiums wouldn’t be so full.”
“Remember: if you’re presenting yourself with confidence, you can pull off pretty much anything!”
If you love this, then check out the latest issue of Girl Talk Magazine for even more celeb stories, gossip and posters!
This issue’s cover star is Ariana Grande!
It’s full of quizzes, colouring and LOLS!
There’s gossip from the set of The X Factor, embarrassed celebs and an interview with Only The Young!
Plus great tips on how to customise your clothes!
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