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Fraser McAlpine | 17:31 UK time, Thursday, 13 March 2008


In the course of doing this little cartoon feature, I've managed to give tips on the destruction of 44 pop acts. Some have been controversial, some welcomed with open arms, and some downright confusing. But who have I missed out? Which chart star would you most like to know how to dispose of, in a crisis situation? Answers below, please.

Also, if you'd like to have a go at destroying someone yourself, why not print this handy graphic out, and mail me the results? it's fraser.mcalpine@bbc.co.uk


  1. At 01:48 AM on 14 Mar 2008, Andrew wrote:

    Robyn...not that I want her destroyed as I am most welcoming of her much delayed return to the pop-music world...but yeah...Robyn.

    Also, is this just a cheap ploy to get us to do your work for you? Tsk tsk...

    [Yep. You do the backbreaking labour of thinking of one pop star, I'll have a snooze. ;-) - Fraser]

  2. At 12:34 PM on 14 Mar 2008, sophie wrote:

    kill boys!!! obsessed with breast and they need to calm down!!!!!

    [I don't want to know what the story behind this little rant is. It's too scary already. - Fraser]

  3. At 10:47 PM on 14 Mar 2008, PBG wrote:

    Ooh, how about how to destroy the McFLY street team??
    Oh no, actually, you'll get in more trouble with them, and we don't want that, do we?? ;)
    How about....how to destroy...Maodonna? Grrr, I can't stand her....
    Oh I don't know, I still like the McFLY street team idea because that would be hilarious, quite frankly :)


    [You are one sick, sick puppy. But I like you! - Fraser]

  4. At 10:50 AM on 16 Mar 2008, Kat wrote:

    Having a hard time rememebring who you have and haven't destroyed already :P

    Think Mandonna is a good though, especially as she looks very very strange in ALL the shots I've seen of her lately. Perez says they're fierce, I think he means scary..

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