opinionate

o·pin·ion·ate

 (ə-pĭn′yə-năt′)
intr.v. o·pin·ion·at·ed, o·pin·ion·at·ing, o·pin·ion·ates
To express one's opinion, especially in an uninformed or stubborn manner.

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"Not everyon as the centre on Opinionate because we're 'out there'." Born Christo Collins in Wes Bromwich (he reportedly changed his nam to that of a man in his dad's pub dominoes team), he left school with no qualifications and worked in a metal factory before enrolling in night school.
Like 'NSync fan surveys, a quiz to match you to a band member, and a spot to opinionate on hot 'NSync topics.