Top row: Never Have I Ever (photos: Lara Solanki/Netflix) // Bottom row L-R: The Maine (photo: Ami Ford),
Steven Universe, Brendon Urie (photo: Matt Vogel)
This week on Geek Girl Riot we throw love-confetti all over Never Have I Ever before spreading some positivity into the world.
We’re Crushin’ on Never Have I Ever Mindy Kaling’s new show Never Have I Ever has got us scribbling hearts in our notebooks because it’s our latest crush. The coming-of-age story is so wonderfully funny and real with characters we’re cheering for. Sherin and Alex squeal over the show and tell you why you absolutely must watch it when it drops on Netflix on Monday, April 27th!
Positivity, Go! Gerard Wayonce told us how he’s trying to put as much positivity into the world as he can. And we could all use a lil positivity right now, so our Rioters are stepping in to amplify the goodness they feel in everyday life. Sherin, Monique, and Alex share some heartfelt personal stories about family, Steven Universe, and the moments that brought them together.
Music is a Healer Music is what connects us all and helps us thrive. From dancing our hearts out to The Maine, to belting out some Elton John on a family road trip, to getting chills watching Panic! at the Disco, our Rioters share just a few of their memories about how music has added positivity into their lives. We hope you’ll share some of yours.
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