Niall Horan, Zoella, Reece Bibby and more celebs spill their first kiss secrets

There’s always something fascinating about hearing celebrities telling tales of their first kisses isn’t there? So as a belated Valentine’s gift to you all Top of the Pops magazine have got some of your pop faves spilling the beans on just how wrong they got it. It’s always nice to know it’s not just you, isn’t it?


So what did those pesky peckers have to tell?

“I was about 11 or 12 and it was my best friend’s French foreign-exchange student. I don’t really remember it, but I know I was really nervous.” – Niall Horan, One Direction

“I was 15 and playing spin the bottle. I was really nervous because I was the only one who hadn’t kissed anyone before. She just came at me so I went with the flow, but I think the flow was good.” – Josh Cuthbert, Union J

“I was in year 6 and at a school disco. Me and my friend decided to kiss one of the boys, so we got this guy into the girls’ toilet, locked the door and sat him down on the toilet seat. He didn’t really have a lot of choice, but as I was going into the kiss, my mum came barging through. I died of embarrassment.” – Zoe Sugg (Zoella)

“I was 14, so it wasn’t very meaningful, and I didn’t know what to do, so it was probably a bit sloppy! James asked me what you do with your tongue and I was like ‘I don’t know, just stick it in!'” – Jai Brooks, The Janoskians

“I was 13 and in a park. This girl kissed me and stuck her tongue down my throat. I had no idea what was going on. I started moving my tongue around too and then someone shouted ‘Get a room!'” – Reece Bibby, Stereo Kicks


See what a shed loads of more of celebs including Reece’s bandmate James, The Vamps’ Brad, Michael 5SOS and even T-Swizzle tell all about their first kisses in this month’s Top of the Pops magazine, out now.

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