Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Drummer Proposes To Bulgarian PLAYBOY Playmate

According to Novinite.com, Matt Sorum, former drummer of GUNS N' ROSES and a current member of VELVET REVOLVER, has proposed to the hot and sexy Sonia Vassi (photo, web site) — the first Bulgarian to ever appear in U.S. Playboy.

Bulgarian media quoted Vassi herself, but did not disclose her answer.

A former girlfriend of Slash (GUNS N' ROSES) and Paul Stanley (KISS), she is also the lead singer of L.A. rock band CREEP.

Sonia's future husband Matt Sorum has played in GUNS N' ROSES (1990-1997), HAWK, JOHNNY CRASH, and THE CULT. He is currently the drummer for CAMP FREDDY and VELVET REVOLVER, and has released his own solo album, "Hollywood Zen".

In January 2003 Sonia appeared as cover star in Bulgarian Playboy, where she looked even sexier than in its American brother. In January 2005 she did it again, posing for a second time for the Bulgarian Playboy.

Vassi has a daughter from her previous marriage to U.S. baseball star Brady Anderson.


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