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i used to believe the people in good Charlotte were all girls named Charlotte and the lead singer just had a deep voice

Anon
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I grew up in Florida, and when I heard people talk about Jacksonville, I assumed it was a little Smurf village where Michael Jackson's family lived.

Katie
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I used to think "Led Zeppelin" was a solo artist or something and his name actually was "Led Zeppelin"

Charlie
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I used to think that there were two country singers: A man and a woman. And they both teamed up for all those duets, and had millions upon millions of songs. Two country singers. Well? They all sounded the same to me!

Liz
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When I was a little girl, I watched a musicvideo of Kate Bush. After seeing it many, many times, finally my sister said; Don't play it anymore, she will be tired of singing it!
So my sister thought that Kate Bush had to sing the song every time we played it =)

Karin
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When I was about 3 or 4 years old, I asked my older sister who the pretty lady on tv was... It was Michael Jackson..

K.R
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When I was a little girl, I watched a musicvideo of Kate Bush. After seeing it many, many times, finally my sister said; Don't play it anymore, she will be tired of singing it!
So my sister thought that Kate Bush had to sing the song every time we played it =)

Karin
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i grew up during the time when Bill Cosby was popular, but when i heard people talking about Bing Crosby, i would try and correct them..."don't you mean BILL COSBY" obviously not knowing there actually was a Bing Crosby!

Anon
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when i was little i told my mom i wanted to be a Spice Girl and i told her i couldnt be one becuz they were older then me. she told me they had a special shot to make they stay the same age so i can catch up. i believed that till i was in 5th grade!

D. Shadows
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i used to think the term prima donna was pre-madonna, and thought that when somebody used that term to describe someone, it meant that the person acted or looked like Madonna in the early 80's!

not a pre-maddona
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I realized what an idea of Michael Jackson I've had. Though I knew he had changed deliberately.
He used to be black then he was/is white. So... he just grew up like this. He grew... pale.

Hristina
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I used to think that Elton John and Sir Elton John were two different people, and that the former died in 1994, and the latter had no reason to be mentioned anywhere, because as far as I could tell, all he ever did was be gay, and that wasn't notable on its own.

THE SAME PERSON!!
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I used to believe [not too long ago actually xD]that My Chemical Romance boys were about 15-20.
I thought the lead singer, Gerard Way, was the youngest.
...and that he was gay.

[I'm a huge fan now!]

WeirdAppa
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Up until I was about 9 I thought Elvis was at his highest popularity in the 70s. This thought faded away when i was told he died in 1971.

rubbersoul
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I didn't know Elton John was gay until I was 16...

Holly
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I used to believe, for some odd reason, that Jimi Hendrix was white. I eventually saw a picture of him and realized, well, that's not true. I've proceeded to not telling any of my friends this.

Anon
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I used to watch a lot of music videos on VH1, so I thought Marilyn Monroe (from Elton John's Candle in the Wind video) and Madonna were the same person. I remember reasoning that he must have had a big crush on her.

Danielle
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I used to believe (and sometimes I still do) that celebrites where totally different from normal people, I just couldn't then eating, sleeping or using the toilet or any normal thing that i would do! I kind of thought that they were robots. lol

Chloe, MCR Fan (14)
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I used to believe that the reason Ray Charles' back-up group, the Raylettes, seemed to sing the same words as Ray did was because he was blind and couldn't read them himself.

Bill S.
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When I was really little I thought the singer Meatloaf invented the food meatloaf. I hated him because of that since meatloaf was my least favorite food.

Holly
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