In The Kitchen With KISS Frontman PAUL STANLEY (Video)

In The Kitchen With KISS Frontman PAUL STANLEY (Video)

KISS frontman Paul Stanley demonstrated his cooking chops in the kitchen overseeing "cruisers" aboard this year's Kiss Kruise. The ship departed from New Orleans on November 5 for a five-day journey that took participants to Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico. Check out video footage below (video by Rino; editing by Vriesdich).

In a recent interview with Men's Fitness, Stanley stated about how his diet and fitness routine today differs from his lifestyle in the '70s and '80s: "My routine then was: Eat whatever's in front of you. Youth is incredible, because you really do feel invincible. I had no real routine as far as diet; I ate what I wanted to. Back then, I tended to eat a lot of sugars. I ate a lot of cookies, a lot of ice cream; I didn't eat a lot of proper food. I started working out, doing a formal workout right around 1980. That's when I really decided I needed to get in shape and it may have been because you just start to see a decrease — a change in your body. The workout I was doing then would kill me today."

KISS has once again partnered up with the industry leaders in music festivals at sea, Sixthman, to announce the upcoming voyage of The KISS Kruise VIII. The cruise is set to sail on Halloween October 31, 2018 on Norwegian Jade leaving out of Miami, Florida.

A destination of her own, Norwegian Jade offers guests Norwegian Cruise Line's signature freedom and flexibility to enjoy 11 onboard bars and lounges, 15 dining experiences, one outdoor pool, hot tubs, and a full menu of spa treatments. Enjoy duty-free shopping and awe-inspiring architecture in beautiful Nassau. Explore your adventurous side diving into the crystal blue water with dolphins and colorful fish, or try your luck in a casino.

To learn more about The KISS Kruise VIII, visit TheKISSKruise.com.

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