According to an interview with LORDI in the Finnish newspaper Ilta-Sanomat, the band is being inundated with sex offers from its fans. The group's mainman, Mr. Lordi (real name: Tomi Putaansuu), reportedly told the paper, "The Germans seem pretty crazy about having sex with me in my masks." Drummer Kita added that the sex offers seem to be coming from all sides — from women AND from men! That shouldn't really come as any surprise to Kita, who's already given an interview to the gay mag Stadtmagazin, making it clear the band have no problems whatsoever with having gay fans.Putaansuu, 32, married his longtime girlfriend Johanna Askola, 28, earlier this summer. The Finnish rocker, who led his band to glory in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, wed his partner and personal assistant in a lavish ceremony in his hometown Rovaniemi. The couple originally wanted to get married in May, but postponed their nuptials because of the huge success of LORDI's Eurovision-winning track "Hard Rock Hallelujah". (Thanks: Oikotimes.com)
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