Tony Bennett Says He First Met His Wife When She Was Still in the Womb

Tony Bennett Says He First Met His Wife When She Was Still in the Womb
Here's some creepy news that'll surely have you spending the rest of the day in the shower, trying to scrub an unseen filth from your body — crooner Tony Bennett, 90, says he first met his current wife Susan Benedetto when she was an unborn baby.

As People reports, Bennett describes their weird first encounter in his new book Just Getting Started. The meeting took place half a century ago when Bennett was 40.

In 1966, Susan's parents Marion and Dayl Crow met Bennett backstage at one of his concerts, where they got a picture with the performer. At the time, Marion was pregnant with Susan.

"As fate would have it, Marion was pregnant at the time with … Susan!" Bennett says in the book. "It's a photo we all laugh about, knowing the incredible turn of events that followed."

Bennett would meet Susan again when she was 19 and requested to meet the singer backstage at one of his shows. "It tickled me that someone of her age was so devoted to my music," Bennett added. "I not only agreed to say hello to her backstage but asked her to be my date for the evening, and that's how it all really began, foreshadowed by a backstage photo taken in 1966!"

Bone-chilling stuff.