Peter Gabriel has spoken of a terrifying flight experience in which he even wrote a "goodbye" note to his family.
According to the Express, the former Genesis star spoke about the scary flight in a recent magazine interview.
Speaking to Mojo magazine, he said: "Pan Am (defunct airline Pan American World Airways) had started doing mileage programmes. I got up to 100,000 miles from touring, so I booked a free flight from LA to Rio.
"After we took off, the plane developed a fault - something with the landing gear - and the pilot told us we had to fly over the Pacific and dump some fuel.
"That's when everyone became very scared, writing farewell letters. I even scribbled some notes... The pilot got us down, thank God."
Contact Music reports that he added: "I got on another plane the next day. But I've been in about four situations like that, and I did go through periods of being scared of flying."
Peter's not the only star who's suffered with a fear of flying. After being caught in an thunderstorm on a flight from Toronto to New York, Jennifer Aniston once admitted: "What scares me is taking off, because I don't understand how the plane gets up there. I've heard all about the aerodynamics, the speed, the engine... I'm still nervous."
According to cnntees.com, Whoopi said: "I panic, shake, break out in a sweat, cry and moan."
And Colin said: "I hate it, man. It just seems highly unnatural to me. I've had a few messy affairs on planes. I've been lucky they haven't leaked a few (stories) of when I went bonkers. They nearly had the handcuffs out at one stage on British Airways."
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