VINCE NEIL, LADY GAGA Attend KISS Concert In Holmdel

MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil attended the KISS concert Friday night (August 20) at the PNC Bank Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. Neil had a night off from the Ozzfest tour and was invited by promoter Gabe Reed to attend the show. Also in attendance was Lady Gaga. Both Neil and Lady Gaga watched the show from the soundboard, which created a spectacle for fans in attendance.

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons has previously referred to Lady Gaga as "the female version" of his group, saying "I love the vibe, the big mouth and the big visuals. She's the most exciting thing to happen since us."

Pictured below are KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons, Vince Neil, Gabe Reed and friends.

Pictured below are KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley and Lady Gaga (courtesy of Lady Gaga's Twitter).

Pictured below are KISS and Lady Gaga (courtesy of Lady Gaga's Twitter).


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