Serge Gainsbourg (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. Gainsbourg's varied style and individuality made him difficult to categorize.
He married Jane Birkin when she was only 19 and he was 36. She recollects the beginning of her affair with Gainsbourg, where he first took her to a nightclub, then to a transvestite club and afterwards to the Hilton, where he passed out in a drunken stupor.
His song " Poupée de cire, poupée de son" was the 1965 Luxembourg entry in the Eurovision Song Contest. Performed by French teen singer France Gall, it won first prize. His next song for Gall, "Les Sucettes" ("Lollipops"), caused a scandal in France: Gainsbourg had written the song with double-meanings and strong sexual innuendo, of which the singer was apparently unaware when she recorded it. Whereas Gall thought that the song was about a girl enjoying lollipops, it was really about oral sex. What Wiki says about Serge.
On Michel Drucker's live Saturday evening show with the American singer Whitney Houston, he exclaimed to the host, "I want to fuck her."
Poor Whitney she actually seems shocked but totally flattered, I bet she wishes for the days when people wanted to fuck her rather than pity her.
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