Video Treat: Nero Sings

Before we don our hazmat suits to wade into the nooze today, I thought you might enjoy marveling at this: Peter Ustinov as the Emperor Nero in Quo Vadis (1951), singing a song he supposedly “composed” on the spot.

It takes genius, true genius, to create something this awful.

Elvis Presley may have been “the King,” but Nero was the Emperor.

4 comments on “Video Treat: Nero Sings

    1. If rap “music” had been invented in Nero’s day, he probably couldn’t have resisted it. The thought is really too horrible to contemplate.

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