Life in Il Divo isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
“People imagine it’s all champagne and women and whatever,” laughs Swiss tenor Urs Bühler of the superstar popera quartet. “They say, ‘You fly business class and stay in five-star hotels.’ And that is true. But it’s not like we’re getting carried in over red carpets and sailing onto the stage where we sing like kings and then we go home again.
“It’s a very enjoyable life, but people don’t realize it’s also very, very exhausting. You have to cope with days in a row where you travel for six hours, stand in front of an audience and sing full-throttle for two hours, do a half-hour meet-and-greet when that’s over, and then can’t sleep until 4 a.m. because you’re running on adrenaline.
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