Who is mick hucknall dating
This was tempered by Hucknall in the same year, in which he said critics were only jealous of him because he has been "successful, sold a load of albums and have slept with a load of women." In 2006 Hucknell gave more colourful detail to The Observer, saying: "If I go out and get drunk and end up in bed with two women what's wrong with that? If they want to tell their story that's their problem.
They're the ones who end up looking like cheap whores on the front of a magazine with their tits hanging out." "I've slept with hundreds of women.
Only now he is 50 and happily married, however, has he revealed the astonishing scale of his womanising.
The Simply Red singer who, surprise surprise, has a tour to promote, claims to have trysted with a breathtaking 1,000-plus women – including three a day at the height of his fame.
After one fling, ‘model’ Elena Tomasi said: ‘I was just a plaything to be tossed aside.
Mick Hucknall, soul singer, wine producer and, famously, philanderer. I’ve no idea, but I would think over a 25-year period that’s probably reasonable to say. " It all started in 2000, when the musician told The Scottish Daily Record: "I'm not married so I can sleep with whoever I want." He explained that the fact his mother left him as a toddler meant he wasn't "searching for a mother replacement in a wife".
(born 8 June 1960) is an English pop singer and songwriter.
Hucknall achieved international fame in the 1980s as the lead singer and songwriter of the soul-influenced pop band Simply Red, with whom he enjoyed a 25-year career and sold over 50 million albums.
Most recently, he told The Telegraph that it was "probably" true that he has slept with 1,000 women. It claimed that the Mancunian singer had slept with more than 4,000 women.
Singer Mick Hucknall has told how his mother walked out of the family home when he was just three years old and claims she later lied about suffering from cancer after getting back in contact with him.
The Simply Red frontman, who has notched up more than 50million album sales and a fortune of £40million, has spoken many times about how his family was torn apart when his mother Maureen Taylor left him and his late father Reg in 1963.
In October 2009, Mick appeared at a charity performance as vocalist for a re-formed version of Faces, replacing Rod Stewart.
In May 2010, it was announced that the new Faces line-up with Mick as frontman would be performing festival shows in 2010, followed by a world tour in 2011.
The 54-year-old was then brought up by his father in the family home in Denton, Manchester, before he shot to fame in the 1980s with hits such as Money’s Too Tight To Mention and Holding Back The Years, which was written about the pain caused by not having a mother.