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Past articles by Nick:


Miley Cyrus: every single album ranked and rated

Miley Cyrus' new album 'Endless Summer Vacation' is due to be a chart blockbuster. We rank every album the US star has released so far → Read More


Shania Twain: "I'm probably most proud of not giving up on my voice"

Shania Twain discusses her new album 'Queen of Me', working with Georgia and her ambition to play Glastonbury. → Read More


'Creed III' review: Michael B. Jordan gets another big win under his belt

The Rocky spinoff's star steps behind the camera for the first time → Read More


Adam Lambert: “I'm not known for being subtle. I always put a certain amount of theatricality into what I do”

Adam Lambert discusses his new covers album 'High Drama', covering Billie Eilish, and the top-secret stage musical he is working on → Read More


why ​thelma & louise is still a fierce feminist classic

As the ultimate girl power road movie celebrates its 25th birthday, we take a look at its enduring impact. → Read More


'Blue Jean' review: one of the year's most moving films

Newcomer Rosy McEwen stars in one of the year's most moving films, 'Blue Jean', about a gay teacher living in Thatcher's Britain → Read More


'Magic Mike's Last Dance' review: stripper's final bow falls flat

Channing Tatum's back for one more sexy set piece in 'Magic Mike's Last Dance' – but should he have kept his clothes on? → Read More


‘You’ season four review: can psycho-killer Joe solve this murder in the members’ club?

Posh people dominate this reinvented whodunnit cum satire of the British class system. Should you watch You season 4 on Netflix? → Read More


Truth, trauma and Tommy Lee: 7 key revelations from Pamela Anderson’s new doc

Pamela Anderson's new doc, the no holds barred Netflix film 'Pamela, A Love Story', is a confession-filled must-watch → Read More

‘People like me can make way for trans storytellers’: Russell T Davies on Nolly, Doctor Who, and making progress on screen

The much-loved writer speaks to Nick Levine about his new ITV drama ‘Nolly’ with Helena Bonham Carter, politics, trans representation – and those rumours that ‘Doctor Who’ has a £10m per episode budget → Read More

Raye’s declaration of independence

Free from her label, the south London pop siren has soared to the top of the charts. Ahead of her album release, she discusses her newfound independence, the stories behind her ‘visceral’ new tracks, and why her self-confidence has never been better → Read More

Cheryl: ‘I had people stalking me, it was unbearable’

As she prepares to take on ‘2:22 A Ghost Story’, the pop star and ‘X Factor’ judge talks to Nick Levine about loss, music and Simon Cowell → Read More


'Tár' review: Cate Blanchett is masterful as maestro in a crisis

Cate Blanchett's note-perfect performance as conductor and composer Lydia Tár in 'Tár' will surely win her another Oscar. → Read More


'M3GAN' review: robot on the rampage is a new horror icon

Forget Chucky and Annabelle, there's a new spooky doll coming to play – and she's not messing around. 'M3GAN' is in UK cinemas now → Read More


Making 'M3GAN': inside the creation of horror's viral new villain

Hey, doll! We meet the team behind horror icon M3GAN, the killer kids' toy tearing up TikTok. Next stop: the multiplex → Read More


The best new and returning TV shows to watch in 2023

From 'The Last Of Us' to another season of 'Sex Education', there's a lot of TV coming out in 2023. Better get started then... → Read More


Soundtrack Of My Life: Charlotte Church

Singer, activist and dungeon mistress Charlotte Church tells NME about the songs that have shaped her life and career → Read More


MUNA: “We believe in people taking moments of freedom and love where they can find it”

MUNA talks to NME about signing with Phoebe Bridgers' label for their latest self-titled album, and touring with Taylor Swift. → Read More


'Bones and All' review: Timothée Chalamet feasts on flesh

In Luca Guadagnino's latest film, 'Bones and All', Timothée Chalamet plays an "eater" in an existential crisis → Read More

Black Peppa: ‘I can be crazy, but I also have a great story to tell’

The Drag Race UK finalist discusses conversion therapy, Birmingham’s queer scene, and her debut single, Why Is She Calling? → Read More