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I, like many here, used to think that Prima Donna was Pre-Madonna...I never really understood the phrase up until a few years ago (I'm 13 now) when I found out its Prima Donna

The Forum Idiot
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For years I used to think that Chevey Chase was Paul Simon, in that You Can Call Me Al video

Jon Moonie
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when elvis died, everyone was really upset. i asked what was going on, amd my mum told me a singer died from drug over taking. from then on i assumed ALL singers die from drug over taking.

Anon
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When I was young I thought that Jim Carrey and Mariah Carey were married because they had the same last name.

Aeris
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When people said about Stevie Wonder being blind I thought it was a reference to his choice of clothes. It was only when I was about 13 the penny dropped.

Neil
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This wasn't MY belief but....

My dad once told me that the members of the rock band Poison were "some damn fine looking women"

Anon
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I used to think Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the oldest Hanson boy were the same people. Now I just call him Kenny Wayne Hanson.

AJOH
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In the early 1960s there were radio and TV ads for Frank Sinatra concerts. I didn't know who Frank Sinatra was. I thought the ads were saying Frank's in opera. I had only a vague idea what opera was, but I had no idea who this Frank was who was in the opera.

Vicki J.
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When I first saw Marylin Manson I thought he is a girl

Maja
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when i was about 9 or 10 i heard on tv that elvis had died and i thought oh my goodness! i ran into tell my mom and she said that it was the 20th anniversary of elvis' death.

Alexa
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i used to believe that hall&oates was the fallen oats untill i saw somebody on this website use hall&oates.

jess
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I Uused to think that Lil Bow Wow and Lil Romeo were the same people

Sarah
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I used to think that Eminem and Limp Biscuit were the same people

Sarah
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I used to get Steve Perry and Steven Tyler mixed up. I still do sometimes.

You may now throw rocks at me.

Lucy
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When I first seen that boy band Hanson I thought they were all drag queen that were in bad drag.

TUTTLE
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I thought the lead singer of Flogging Molly was a girl. I was wrong.

Anon
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When I was 10 or so, in the mid-70s, a record company called K-Tel used to put out compilation albums of top-40 hits a couple of times a year. They used to advertise them heavily on TV - they would play little clips of some of the songs and name the singer: "Elton John! Hall & Oates! 10 cc! Helen Reddy!"... They always ended the list by saying "and Many more!"... For the longest time, I thought there was a VERY successful pop singer named "Manny Moore" who somehow ended up with a hit song on EACH K-Tel album released... I finally had to stand corrected when I asked my cousin Lucie if she had any good "Manny Moore" records I could borrow.... Took a while for me to live this down.

Charles
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I used to believe the Beastie Boys were a boy band. Well, the name sounds similar to Backstreet Boys!

Anon
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when i was about 8-9 my brothe told mw no one on earth knew how slash's face look like (guns and roses, velvet revolver)i believed that for the longest time.

gma
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I used to think my great-grandpa Floyd was a member of Pink Floyd. Granted, he was about 90 at the time, but that didnít stop me!

Gina
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