You were too beautiful for this world, Robert Goulet.
We'll miss you, Robert Goulet:
Robert Goulet, the Canadian-raised singer known for his baritone voice and frequent TV appearances, has died, a spokesman for the singer said. He was 73.
Blessed with matinee idol looks, Goulet started his acting career in Canada and became a star on Broadway in the role of Lancelot in the 1960 musical Camelot.
If Ever I Would Leave You, Lancelot’s love song to Guinevere, remained a signature tune throughout his career.
But after becoming a fixture at Las Vegas, he developed the image of a Lothario crooner with twinkling blue eyes, singing through a haze of cigarette smoke.
Well, what better way to pay tribute than through one of my all-time favorite SNL skits:
Staring contest. Me and you. Now.