During the KISS press conference in Oberhausen, Germany on May 8 marking the start of the band's European tour, the four members of the group Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer were interviewed by a reporter for the Dutch comedy program "De Jakhalzen" which normally makes it a point to offend its interview subjects. Watch the three-minute segment below.As previously reported, the members of KISS put their hands and autographs in cement on May 11 before the band's show in Munich, Germany, to be included on the Munich Olympic Walk of Stars. Famous national and international personalities from sports, music and entertainment have been immortalized or will immortalize themselves with their hand or footprint in concrete and then find their place in the MOWOS in the Olympic Park. A pre-condition for being immortalized in the Walk of Stars is that the personalities have been successful in the Olympic stadium, hall, swimming centre or ice sports centre or have done something special for the Olympic Park.
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