123facts.com - The Most Complete Trivia Game Site

Trivia Quizzes, Games, and Facts

Trivia Categories Forums About Us FAQ Contact Us
Register   My 123Facts

Trivia Quiz Categories
Brain Teasers
For Kids
Religion & Faith
Science & Technology
Video Games

List all trivia quiz categories

More Trivia Fun
New Quizzes
Popular Recent Quizzes
Most Highly Rated Quizzes
Write a Quiz

Monthly Tournament
Today's Easy Trivia
Today's Hard Trivia
Easy Hourly Trivia
Hard Hourly Trivia

Trivia Facts
Browse Trivia Facts
Submit a Trivia Fact

View Hall of Fame

- Who's online?
623 playing now

- Quizzes served

- Most points

- Registered members

- Just registered!

- Most points

Quiz Of The Day
- Tournament Leader

- Last Tournament Champ

You are here:    Home » Quizzes

Lipsunk, or All About Milli Vanilli

written by: skyblu1
Milli Vanilli was one of the hottest rising musical duos of the late 80's and early 90's, until it was discovered that they were not actually singing their own songs. Follow the trajectory of this enigmatic group's meteoric rise to the top and subsequent fall from grace by taking this quiz. Ready? On the count of 3, and, uh, keep those lips moving!

Question 1:

What are the names of the singers who comprised the dynamic duo of Milli Vanilli?
Hans Breiter and Fascination
DuShu Kent and Glenn Waltus
Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan
Richard Blaquelord and James Ferrin

Question 2:

Who is the producer credited with putting Milli Vanilli on the road to fame and fortune?
Tommy Mottola
Frank Zappa
Frank Farian
David Geffen

Question 3:

Milli Vanilli's first album was repackaged for US release under the title 'Girl, You Know It's True.' What was the original title of the album when it was released in Europe in 1988?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 4:

How many hit singles were spun off the Milli Vanilli album, 'Girl, You Know It's True' following its US release?

Question 5:

On February 22, 1990, Milli Vanilli won a Grammy in which category?
Best New Duo
Best Backup Vocals
Best Produced Album
Best New Artist

Question 6:

Rob Pilatus of Milli Vanilli was widely ridiculed in the Press, after comparing himself to which of the following artists?
Joe Jackson, Leonard Cohen, Eminem, Bill Withers, and Big Bird
Elvis Costello, Luther Vandross, Peabo Bryson, and Ray Charles
Paul McCartney, Elvis Presley, Mick Jagger, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan
Michael Jackson, Boy George O'Dowd, Barry White and Murray Head

Question 7:

Rapper Charles Shaw revealed the truth regarding Milli Vanilli's 'lip syncing antics' to a reporter.

Question 8:

What significant event, regarding Milli Vanilli, occured on November 15, 1990?
Fabrice Morvan was arrested on assault charges in Los Angeles.
Producer Frank Farian revealed to the media the truth about Milli Vanilli- that their voices were dubbed by other artists.
Milli Vanilli released an album in which they actually sung their own vocals.
Milli Vanilli signed a contract with Arista Records to produce 3 more albums, on the strength of their recent Grammy win.

Question 9:

In 1993, Milli Vanilli released their self-titled 'Rob and Fab' album. How many copies of this album were pressed and sent to market?
Over 35,000
Exactly 20,000
Less than 3,000
Approx. 10,000

Question 10:

Which popular US comedian, compared a then new US television series to Milli Vanilli by saying : 'The show is a mixture of crime and music... kind of like Milli Vanilli!'
David Letterman
George Carlin
Jay Leno
Arsenio Hall

Question 11:

Why is April 2, 1998, a significant date for Milli Vaniili fans?
Fabian Morvan released his first solo album, titled 'This Time You Know It's True!'
Rob Pilatus was found dead in a Frankfurt, Germany hotel room.
This is the date that the group released their comeback album titled 'Read Our Lips - We're Really Singing!'
Rob Pilatus is cleared of assault charges he was accused of in 1997.


Report errors (will not interfere with your quiz)

Conditions of Use   |   Privacy policy   |   Disclaimer   |   Copyright    © 2005-2018 123facts.com. All Rights Reserved.

Page loaded from database in 0.43975615501404 seconds