Sir Tom Jones remained devoted to his wife Linda for almost 60 years until hear death in 2016. But the Welsh singer has also become known for his numerous affairs with others women. At the height of his career the Sex Bomb star is said to have slept with up to 250 women a year.
But did you know the music legend also named his penis?
Sir Tom nicknamed his penis “Wendell” which means wanderer or seeker.
The It’s Not Unusual singer also confessed to using mouthwash on his penis to keep it “sterile”.
He said: “I use Listerine to make sure everything down there is sterile, like a surgeon before an op…
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“It’s a good way to do it. I say that mouthwash is not only for gargling.”
That might be a good thing, as the music legend professed to bedding up to 250 women a year at the height of his fame.
This all took place even though the star had married his childhood sweetheart at age 16, and remaining with Melinda Rose Trenchard – or Lady Linda – for nearly 60 years until her death in 2016.
The Welsh singer described his wife as an “unbelievable woman”, adding she was the “love of his life.”
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Sir Tom’s affairs include a two-year fling with Mary Wilson of The Supremes, and another with then Miss World Marjorie Wallace.
In addition, American author Charlotte Laws has come forward to claim she had a secret fling with Tom Jones for three years.
In her memoir Rebels in High Heels, Laws wrote she met the Welshman at a concert in Florida in 1979 and that the Delilah singer took her virginity.
Sir Tom Jones has stated he does not regret anything he has done in his life.
Speaking about his sex life, Sir Tom told The Big Issue in 2015: “That’s all been talked about so much.
“But that’s not the essence of me, that’s not what makes me tick.
“The media always pick on the women, and how did that affect your wife.
“With everyone famous, not just me. They always bring sex into it. It’s part of life of course or we’d all die out.
“But what’s important is why are you different, what’s unique? I don’t regret anything.”