DAVE NAVARRO Says ROB ZOMBIE Will NOT Be Guesting On 'Rock Star: Supernova'

"Rock Star: Supernova" co-host Dave Navarro (JANE'S ADDICTION, THE PANIC CHANNEL) has shot down reports that Rob Zombie will be appearing on the show soon as a guest judge. Asked about a recent news story indicated Rob would be making his appearance on the program in the coming weeks, Navarro replied, "That is an old story that they chose to run pretty much out of nowhere. Originally, we were to have guest panelists come up for an outsider's perspective, but the SUPERNOVA chemistry on the couch worked out so well that we scrapped the idea... As cool as it would have been."

SUPERNOVA — the new all-star band featuring ex-METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted, MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee and former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke — is using the "Rock Star" TV program to search for a lead singer from a pool of 15 contestants selected in auditions around the world.


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