Sting interviewed on MTV, 1983.
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Do you like ice cream? WTF flavor do you like?
So sweet, i was a baby at the time ;DDD
ShitFromShinolla. Back to your original post. “It isn’t the case with other stars” . Giveme names….Others who were at the top of the history of pop music and still are on stage….
Is there anything I can say 2 u that would change your mind about Jesus?
@CapriSunClassic i think i just did a wee and a poo in my knickers.
not as insignificant as jesus
I know, ..Then you wanted say this instead: ” Funny how things change. Back then the “old stars of music – today 60 yo -” were such a huge pop stars Icons in our minds, and now they are so insignificant, why is that? It isn’t the case with other stars like… Sting. jajajaj… The life i guess… my friend
I guess after being in the extreme spotlight you just wanna go unnoticed after a while. I don’t blame them. Sting is a big stink bomb head with smelly teeth and spoon fed hair dye. I like chocolate ice cream. How about you? What flavor do you like?
…mmmm .. so insignificant??? … Think , where is Robert Plant now.??.. for example, Sting is in Tour.. I think that Bono took the same path as Mike Jagger. No changes, without ..challenges.. To me the “ego is old history” that is less important than talent of STING.
Yeah I can’t disagree with you there. His ego did grow far too large but he’s still written some classic songs and yet doesn’t get enough recognition as someone like Bono, who probably has slightly less talent and is apparently a living legend already. Weird world.
I think it’s because Sting is a pompous ass who always thought he was more talented than he actually is.
I think that’s because Sting was one of the few popular 1980′s ‘popstars’ that cared more about the music than being a ‘legend’. So he didn’t sell out and stay commerical and just pursued his love of jazz/world music etc. Plus he’s far too intelligent and individual for the British press to appreciate! Nevermind, he’s a very rich man and still looks good at 60 odd! Genius…
Funny how things change. Back then Sting was such a huge pop star Icon in our minds, and now he’s so insignificant, why is that? It isn’t the case with other stars.
Martha is cool
Thank God Martha Quinn went away.
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