Last week, Maniac took the wheel and had you #GiveThanksToIdol, of which I myself was very thankful for.
Idols are the reason I became so invested in music and music videos. Idols are the reason I wanted to write in a different style to linear story telling. Idols gave me friends, a reason to travel to meet said friends, and brought happiness. #GiveThanksToIdol
— ☆Kelly-Mae – Spicy Bean☆ (@ChiimaTime) November 29, 2019
Idols gave a meaning to my life.
I didn't had any dreams before, I was just living for the sake of living.
Idols helped me reconnect with what I love doing.
I wouldn't be here all day giving my best at university if it weren't for them.#GiveThanksToIdol
— D4rkWzd 🎅 (@D4rkWzd) November 29, 2019
There's something about an idol that's eternal. Even if she stops being one, she was one. And that idol will be in your heart forever.
— Juju 🇵🇹 (@petalidistellee) November 29, 2019
Well, it’s that time of year again, where Christmas commercials are totally unavoidable. But, is it just me, or have there been a lot more celebrity Christmas albums this year?
In the UK at least, it seems that as long as you’re famous enough to get regular screentime on ITV daytime shows, a Christmas album is part of your contract. In that respect, it’s almost a pity we don’t see more idol Christmas albums. I’ve been listening to Hello Project’s Douyou Pops album for the past five years!
So, this year, I want you guys to propose some ideas for upcoming Holiday albums for the idols we know and love. It can be as in-depth as making your own album cover, or just a title.
Use the hashtag #IdolHolidayAlbums, while I try to think of more Christmas-themed concepts to use this month.