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*NSYNC at the 2001 Teen Choice Awards.
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Pop singer Mandy Moore.
Mandy Moore.
Top of the Pops - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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What do pop singers JC Chasez Nick Carter Mandy Moore Beyonce and Shaggy have to say about music life and everyday stuff? Check out the quotes from these famous music icons.

It's neat to hear what your fave pop stars think about music, life and everday stuff. When we hear a quote or a statement it makes you realize that they're just everyday people like you and I. Here are some thoughts from a few of your fave singers...

1"I'll read a romance, then a self-help book, and then something that's more philosophy or something like that." ~ JC Chasez of *NSYNC on being a bookworm.

1"I don't think there's an end to this group until one of us dies." ~ Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys.

1"I'm like a surfer right now. I'm just surfing the wave. Except that I can't swim, so I'm on the board trying to hold on tight." ~ Shaggy on his success.

1"Everybody wants to go to a club or watch a movie, and I have to stay home and do homework. How is that fair?"
~ Mandy Moore on touring.

1"I just hope people don't get sick of us. I'm sick of us and I'm in Destiny's Child." ~ Beyonce Knowles.

1"It's going to scare some people, because that's what good music does." ~ Chris Kirkpatrick on Celebrity.

1"I don't think too many things go out of style. They just start to suck, like bands." ~ Steve Jocz of SUM 41.

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