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Engelbert Humperdinck Gives a Unique “Quickfire” Interview with DailyMail

In a “Quickfire” Style Interview, Engelbert Humperdinck Reveals Several Little Known Facts About Himself

The ever impressive Engelbert Humperdinck has been the subject of countless interviews and talk shows, but few are as unique as DailyMail’s approach. They have created quite a niche for themselves with their “Quickfire” style interviews, and with questions ranging from “what is your biggest fear?” to “what is the last film that made you cry?”, it’s easy to see why. Not only are the questions a bit obscure, they are also asked one right after another in rapid fire succession, leaving the subject with little time to prepare for what might be next. Of course in the case of Engelbert Humperdinck, this was a welcome challenge. With a career spanning over 60 years, there is a seemingly endless wealth of interesting facts about the beloved crooner and DailyMail’s John Koski holds nothing back in this exclusive interview, as you can see:

First record you bought? ‘When I Fall in Love’ by Nat King Cole, which I bought for Patricia, my then girlfriend.

Celebrity crush? As a teenager I loved the actress Jane Russell.

Biggest fear? Sharks.

Happiness is…? A good pair of sideburns that serve you well throughout your life

 

The full interview can be read here.

Not only is it well worth the read, it also provides some insight into what has contributed to the success of the legendary Engelbert Humperdinck.

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Spotify,| Apple Music,| Amazon

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