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I thought Michael Jackson, Boy George and Hanson were all girls! Very embarrassed now just thinking about that.
I was a big fan of S Club 7 (UK pop music group) as a child and thought they would stay together until I was old enough to join them and become their 8th member! It never happened
I used to think Micheal Jackson was a woman, I didn't find out his true gender until I was about 6 or 7!
I thought the guy from the "pretty fly for a white guy" video and the Turkish-German rapper EKO Fresh were the same Person
When the music video for "Helena" was first aired on MTV, I was so creeped out by Gerard Way that I actually convinced myself that he was a vampire and everybody else in the band were his zombie assistants. I had nightmares about the girl that jumped out of the coffin running after me and screaming: "I vant to suck your blood!" Now, I am older and not as stupid and have become a big fan of My Chemical Romance. Isn't it funny how people change like that?
I was about five when I first saw Britney Spears on a music video and I thought she was Rosa Parks for some reason. No clue why.
My parents listened to a lot of The Doors when I was younger and looking at the front cover of the Doors' album, with Jim Morrison on the front, I was convinced he was a woman because he had long hair. In my mind long hair = woman. It didn't even occur to me that he was shirtless and had no breasts!
Also, listening to the lyrics of The Doors' songs, I was convinced that "Light My Fire" was about camping and whenever I listened to that song, and I'd imagine Jim Morrison and some girl trying to light a fire in the middle of the woods. Yes, I was five at the time!
I was around the age of 7 and my older my brother was a Green Day fan. Well both he and my dad watched alot of football. And I thought that Green Day was the Green Bay Packers. I couldn't figure out why a football team would make a CD. Now 13 years later, Green Day is one of my favorite bands. Ironic!
i useed to belive that the rock band my chemical romance got hte name from chemicals.
when i was a kid i used to think shaking steven's was cool
I used the think the lead singer of hanson was hot. My dad said it was a guy.
I lost $10 in that bet and am now scarred for life.
I thought Janis Joplin was black until I was about 19.
I used to believe M.C. Escher was a rapper. Much to my surprise, he was an artist, and died before rap was even invented. I only thought he was a rapper because of "M.C."
I used to think that Boy George was the lead singer of Culture Club. Whenever those 80's compilation albums would be advertised on television and they would show clips of the Sweet Dreams music video my sister and I would get into these huge ginormous arguments over whether or not it was a girl. I think it was the haircut.
I used to think that Huey Lewis was black, at least until I was 13.
For too long of a time, I believed that Bing Crosby was black, and Barry White was white. It turns out I got it mixed up.
I told someone once that my favorite band was the Funkel brothers- Simon and Garth.
(Simon & Garfunkel)
Kid Rock has absolutely nothing to do with a group of young children singing rock and roll classics like those commercials on tv
And Marilyn Manson is a guy.
But come on-could you blame me-the first picture I saw of him had him covered in blue and magenta paint, wearing lingerie and a cowboy hat-It had to be a woman!
When I was seven I was OBSESSED with Eiffel 65 and specifically their song Blue. I saw the music video for it on Nickelodeon or something and it featured a bunch of blue aliens singing the song. I was completely convinced that that was really the group and I was obsessed with Blue 'cause I thought that was cool. When my dad bought me their CD and I saw a picture of three HUMANS on it I was like "WHO THE HECK ARE THESE PEOPLE?!?!" I figured it all out when I was watching the video with my mom and she told me that the blue aliens were not the group.
I used to believe that 'Last Christmas' by George Michael was sung by a black woman. Even after seeing the video clip, I was still convinced that a black woman sang that song.