A conversation with Julio Iglesias
Julio Iglesias
Julio Iglesias born September 23rd, 1943 (Libra)
Apart from singing, Julio Iglesias' second best choice would be the career of sunset photographer (pixabay photo)

When your are not on tour, which is your favorite hobby?
I think that tinging troll dolls' hair is quite relaxing. I prefer to paint them in violet and gray.

Apart from singing, is there one thing in which you excel?
Well, I can declaim "If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking" by Emily Dickinson in 5 different languages including Polish.

How popular do you think you are, on a scale of one to ten?
I dunno. I think I'm a two in Atlanta, but an eight in Mongolia.

What would you like to do right now?
Buy a trapdoor for my villa.

Do you ever Google yourself?
Not so often. Say every day or so. But lately Google says "Including results for Julio Iglusias", who happens to be a former conveyancer from Indianapolis. That's quite depressing, but not as much embarassing as learning that for Yahoo my name sounds like an appalling curse in Japanese.

I've heard you are about to publish a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The details on my imminent book will soon be published in the book itself. What I can divulge here is that it will be a guide to choosing rubber bands. It will be tattoed on legs and backs of 700 fans that will be dispersed in Hampton.

You have been the recipient of several prizes. Do you remember what is the first prize you ever won?
At the age of 7, I won the "Silver Sheep Prize" issued by the municipality of Tucson for "phenomenal and nonessential musical accomplishment".

Where did you go on your last vacation?
Last month I leased an exquisite mansion on the secluded hills of Bahrain. The contract included a moat surrounding the mansion to preserve my privacy and also a crew of local extras portraying paparazzi.

There is no possibility any of these is Julio Iglesias' secret telephone number :
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I patiently queued up forever for the privilege to have a hurried meeting with Julio Iglesias. The resulting transcription was fantastic, like "To Kill a Mockingbird" rewritten by Thor. Thus, it was very unlucky, to put it mildly, that my koala shredded my only copy! After I left the padded cell, I tried to recollect those imposing words. So, to be frank, I'm not really certain this web page contains a perfectly precise account of what transpired during our conversation, and I'm starting to be uncertain it ever was real...
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