KID ROCK and fiancée Pamela Anderson will walk down the aisle mid-spring in a "traditional-type ceremony — complete with big white gown, great food, plenty of fancy decorations and lots of family and friends," Rock revealed to the New York Post during his visit to New York last week for Bette Midler's "Hulaween Ball"."Pam and I are very excited. We are very much in love and very compatible — and we can't wait to make all of us an official family," he told the paper. Rock, who say he's "infuriated" by some of the antics of Anderson's ex-husband, Tommy Lee, in the recently-settled battle with Anderson over the custody of sons Dylan, 4, and Brandon, 6, believes that he can be a far better dad to the boys than their biological father because of his experience in raising his own son, Robert Jr., 9. "I'm a single parent. I've raised my son since he was 6 months old," Rock told the Post. "Parenting Pam's kids does not scare me in the least — I am qualified, and my heart is up to the task." According to Kid Rock, Lee's recent TV appearances where he claimed that he was a changed man from his days as the drummer for MÖTLEY CRÜE are nothing more than "a well-orchestrated publicity ploy to paint [himself] as the perfect parental role model and Pam as an unfit mother." "He's a great father when the cameras are rolling, and when they're not, Lee is nowhere to be found," Kid Rock said.
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