Bob Dylan has broken his silence on being awarded the Nobel Prize For Literature, after weeks of writing and rewriting a short acceptance speech.
The renowned musician was said to have been left speechless by the accolade and simply unable to articulate his emotions.
In a wide-ranging interview, Dylan divulged that he has regularly found himself fumbling for the right words throughout his career but that ghostwriters have helped mitigate any damage to his reputation.
“Other songmen. They help it.”
Of the award, the protest singer said he felt “best good”.