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38 Hit Songs That the Artists Now Regret

Everyone has their special fuzzy memories of their favorite smashes over the years – but now and then, the artists themselves don’t exactly feel the same way about their own music.

Over time, plenty of different pop stars and singer-songwriters have spoken out following the smash success of their songs to reveal that, for one reason or another, they feel awkward, embarrassed or even ashamed about certain songs.

In some cases, it comes down to the lyrical content. And in others, it’s all due to the song’s complete over-saturation of the market. Regardless, these stars have enough distance between the song’s release and now to reflect on the choices they made.

We’ve gathered together some of the biggest hits from the likes of everyone from Taylor Swift to Radiohead, and how the artists really feel about the songs. Some of these are bound to surprise you!

Be sure to check out the most controversial and banned music videos of all time as well.

Click through to find out which hit songs artists now regret…

Artists with the Most Billboard 200 Top 10 Albums of All Time, Ranked Lowest to Highest

Over the years, a handful of artists have proven themselves to be chart gold.

In the past few decades, several acts have notched Top 10-charting albums on the Billboard 200, which tracks the top albums in the country. There are some artists who have dozens of albums that went Top 10 already, and one act that boasts a whopping 37 records that have landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200.

Billboard recently rounded up the acts with at least 20 top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 from March 24, 1956, when the list began publishing on a regular weekly basis, through the latest chart as of November 2022. Are some of your favorite artists on the list?

Find out which artists have the most Billboard 200 Top 10s of all time, ranked from lowest to highest…

Frank Sinatra's Friend Weighs In on Ronan Farrow Rumors, Reveals If He Thinks They're True or False (& Explains Why)

The question of Ronan Farrow‘s biological father has come up often throughout the years, and many believe legendary singer Frank Sinatra might be his true father due to their resemblance.

At the time of Ronan‘s birth on December 19, 1987, Ronan‘s mom, Mia Farrow, was in a relationship with disgraced director Woody Allen. Mia was previously married to Frank from 1966–1968.

Now, Frank‘s close friend Tony Oppedisano is speaking out about the major rumor in his new book, “Sinatra and Me: In the Wee Small Hours,” and is giving his opinion on if it’s true. If you don’t know, Tony was a member of Frank Sinatra’s management team.

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Harry Connick Jr. Recalls 'Inappropriate' Encounter With Frank Sinatra & His Wife

Harry Connick Jr. is remembering a less than fond memory of Frank Sinatra.

During an interview with the U.K.’s This Morning, the 52-year-old singer revealed that he was attending an event with his wife Jill Goodacre, and the two shared an elevator with the legendary crooner.

“He looked at [her] and kind of placed her face in his hands and said, ‘You’re beautiful,’ and he kissed her right on the mouth, walked out of the elevator and that was the end of that,” he revealed.

“I never got to sing for him again, she loves to remind me of that story…I think it was probably unacceptable then, but it was a situation where it was an interesting thing — I think because of my affection for him, in the context, she thought it was hilarious. But obviously it’s completely inappropriate,” he went on to explain.

READ MORE: Harry Connick Jr.’s Three Daughters Are All Grown Up – See Them at His Walk of Fame Ceremony!

Frank Sinatra Gave Young George Michael Advice on Fame: 'Loosen Up!'

George Michael was public about his struggle with fame and after speaking about the subject 1990 article, Frank Sinatra had something to say.

After reading the LA Times’ Calendar magazine cover story about George, the renown singer wrote an open letter that ran in the same publication the next week.

“My first reaction was he should thank the good Lord every morning when he wakes up to have all that he has. And that’ll make two of us thanking God every morning for all that we have,” Frank wrote.

He added, “Come on, George. Loosen up. Swing, man…be grateful to carry the baggage we’ve all had to carry since those lean nights of sleeping on buses and helping the driver unload the instruments.

Frank went on to speak about the true tragedy of fame and remind George that his talent should not be wasted.

Click inside to read all that Frank’s entire note to George…
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