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Watching Paul Simon doing his thang with the African Mumbasa band, I asked my mother (because Mother's know EVERYTHING) why he was the only white man amongst the black men.
Being a little sick of my constant questions, my mother replied "he's a £!£$NG albino".
I actually believe Paul Simon was an albino till the age of 14.
For a long time when I was little, I used to believe that the person singing Rod Stewart's songs was a black woman...I didn't know the name of the person, it just sounded like a black woman to me, especially "Forever Young". I was floored when I finally found out it really was a scrawny white Englishman...
when Iwas Younger I was convinced that micheal Jackson was a woman. I couldv'e sworn I saw him in a blue dress on TV. Finally years later I saw the same picture and it was actually diane Sawyer
When I was about 9, I learned that talent scouts were responsible for turning ordinary kids into stars. I thought they were lurking everywhere, so I used to go around all dressed up and singing, thinking that a talent scout could spot me at anytime and put me on the new Mickey Mouse show.
I used to believe The Who were named for the programme 'Doctor Who'. Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer must have thought the same because they did a sketch on 'Shooting Stars' where four incarnations of the Doctor were singing and playing 'My Generation'!
when i saw the movie the labyrinth i thought david bowie was a girl. even with his predominant package (i admit i was confused) i still thought he was a she.
When I was young I thought that only people in Texas had heard of Michael Jackson. This of course was when Thriller came out. When I went to Florida to visit my family I was shocked to find out that he was also quite popular elsewhere.
When the Rutles programme was first screened, I thought that when they were nicknamed 'the prefab four' that it meant less than fab! Then I found out about prefabricated houses, also known as prefabs.
I used to think the band Lindisfarne was named Linda's Farm. This was around the time Paul McCartney bought a farm in Scotland!
I used to believe that Spinal Tap was a real band. I was 19 and gutted when I found out.
i used to believe that when they played songs on the radio that the pop stars would come into the studio and play all the songs live.
When I was little I used to believe that micheal Jaxon was a girl
Until just today, as a matter of fact (I'm 22) I thought Phil Collins was American...because he didn't have an accent when he sang!!! I found on this site that he's British! :D
Once I was watching Janet Jackson's "Miss You Much" music video. My sister came in and proudly announced: "I always KNEW that Michael Jackson is gay! In this video he looks exactly like a girl!"
WHen I was little I had this poster of Michael Jackson on the back of my bedroom door (it was a thriller poster). At night when the moon would shine on it, I felt that Michael's eyes were following me and it creeped me out.
I used to believe I`ll sing with spice girls one day.
But then they broke up!
I cryed =((
I thought that the name of singer "Dinah Shore" was "Dinosauer" and that she must be awfully old.
I used to wonder why people didn't use his first name when they spoke of McJagger of the Rolling Stones.
When I was a little younger (im 13 now)I used to belive thaT if kis rock broke up he would be kid bunch of gravel i never thought he was a real guy
During Catholic school I was under the impression that everyone in the United States was Catholic. This same time I believed all musicians and 80s glam bands lived in California. I merged the two concepts and would daydream about a west coast church with multiple live performances from all its celebrity parishioners.