During an appearance on the Friday (February 12) episode of «El show de Howard Stern», FOO FIGHTERS members Dave Grohl Y Taylor Hawkins recalled a funny meeting with Principe Harry.
According to Grohl, received a visit from Harry, now known as the Duke of Sussex, while in London after injuring his leg while traveling with the FOO FIGHTERS in Europe in 2015.
«[Prince Harry] He came to hang out, it was this big hotel suite, and he’s so laid back that, like my babysitter was there, my kids were there, “said the 52-year-old. FOO FIGHTERS said the leader. They didn’t know he was the bloody Prince of England. They were just saying, ‘Hey, your friend is here.’ He brought me this thing to hold my iPad so I could watch movies and stuff. It was great. It’s great “.
Dave He added that he and the other members of FOO FIGHTERS had dated Harry prior to. “He hit Taylor in the face once, “he said.” How hard was that blow to the face? «
“Actually, it pissed me off.” Hawkins he said, explaining that it happened before a concert in England when the band was jet lagged from the long journey they took to get there. «Entered – is Harry and a group of his people around him, and he says, ‘How are you?’ And I was like, ‘I can’t wake up. I am so tired. I have to play. I can not wake up ‘. And he just goes crazy. And I said, ‘Son of a bitch. He was like, ‘Are you awake now?’ or something like that. I mean, the Prince slapped me. It’s okay, really, if you think about it. But at the time, I was like, ‘You slapped me, buddy.’
Hawkins He previously spoke about the slap in question during an interview with BBC news in 2017. Revealed what happened before 2014 Invictus Games. “I was kind of like, ‘What was that?’ It was cool, it was fun. I carried that slap with pride, ”he said at the time.
In June 2015, Grohl broke his leg after falling off the stage during a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden. He underwent leg surgery in London and Principe Harry he was one of the first people to visit him.
FOO FIGHTERS‘tenth studio album, “Medicine at midnight”, it came out on February 5 via Roswell Records/RCA records. The LP is a nine-song, 37-minute effort that was produced by FOO FIGHTERS Y Greg Kurstin.
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