What Plastic Surgery Has Engelbert Humperdinck Had?
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English balladeer whose biggest hits were “Release Me” and “The Last Waltz.” He has competed at the Eurovision Song Contest for 2012. He has sold upwards of 150 million records worldwide.
He started recording music after he was discharged from the British Army with Decca Records in 1958.
He was born Arnold George Dorsey but took on the name Engelbert Humperdinck after the famed German composer.
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|Height||1.86 m, 6’1” (feet & inches)|
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KONTROLLERA NOGA: “I’m very lucky in a lot of respects,” Humperdinck says. “I haven’t used the Beverly Hills knives to shape my face. I haven’t changed my appearance.
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"I have a very staunch following, and I've had fan clubs all over the world. And these people I term as my 'cheerleaders' - my 'spark plugs.'"
"I don't put faces on a dartboard. I just love the game, and I think I play it very well."
"The pomp, power, and military bombast of 'La Marseillaise' draws me into the history of France and my own. The surname I was born with was French: D'Orsay; perhaps an ancestor was amongst those troops that marched to this evocative anthem for the first time as they entered Paris 200 years ago!"
"My first manager chose the name Engelbert Humperdinck for me. My real name is Arnold George Dorsey. It didn't really quite hit the entertainment industry the way it should have. But when my manager chose the name Engelbert Humperdinck, I had a hit record immediately, which was called 'Release Me.'"