Pins tell a lot about yourself, but what do they tell about the stars?

Last week we had a few of you talking about that little but for some so costly item. At the same time we do a little artist survey. The question was: why do you wear pins? The answers are here…

Kim Wilde

I notice that these days you can buy clothing with the pins already on them. I think that’s a bit phoney. It’s much more fun to collect them yourself. It’s the most fun when there’s a story behind the pin. For example when it’s a gift from a friend or a certain memory. I preferably wear a very little pin. People always look at that very specifically.

(Further answers from Terence Trent d’Arby, Bros, Danny Wood, Janet Jackson and Boy George)