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Prince True Or False Quiz - Answers

By Lucy Jones

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Posted on 15 May 13

 
Prince True Or False Quiz - Answers
 

Here are the answers to our quiz. How many did you get right?

1

To promote 'Diamonds And Pearls' in 1991, Prince served diamond and pearl-themed Lucky Charms Cinnamon-flavourited cereal at his launch party
FALSE
2

Before taking on the name 'The Artist', Prince considered calling himself 'Orgasm'
FALSE
3

The house number for Paisley Park is 07061958070619580706195807061958070619580706195807061958, Prince's date of birth repeated seven times
FALSE
4

At the 'Rave Un2 The Year 2000' closing show, Prince played for 12 hours 20 minutes
FALSE
5

Prince recently settled a lawsuit over his breaking a contract to market a perfume with notes of pale musky woods, creamy earthiness and white florals
TRUE
6

Prince sought legal action against Adobe Photoshop CS6 to prevent fans or otherwise seeking to "graffiti" photos
TRUE
7

Because his staff at Paisley Park couldn't pronounce the "Love Symbol" they called Prince "the dude" instead
TRUE
8

As well as protecting photographs and unofficial audio, Prince waged legal battles against street painters duplicating his image for tourists in London, Paris, New York and Venice
FALSE
9

Prince has a swimming pool at Paisley Park shaped like his glyphic symbol moniker, filled with purple-coloured water
FALSE
10

Prince once paid a salon in Washington D.C. to shut, black out all the windows and do his hair
TRUE
11

For Prince's wedding to Mayte Garcia in 1997, his Afghan hound, Orion, was dyed purple.
FALSE
12

Tipper Gore's Parents Music Resource Center was set up after the release of Prince's saucy tune 'Darling Nikki' from the 'Purple Rain' soundtrack
TRUE
13

Prince is banned from Saudi Arabia for being too sexy
FALSE

 
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