ALICE COOPER Rejects Stage Role
Veteran rocker ALICE COOPER has turned down the chance to star in a play based on classic children's book "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", World Entertainment News Network reports.
Cooper was set to replace ballet dancer Wayne Sleep as the Child Catcher in the production in London's West End, but ended up declining the offer after watching the play last week.
A spokesman says, "Alice enjoyed the show a lot but decided the part wasn't for him.
"His schedule doesn't allow it anyway as he is about to go on tour to promote his new album."
ALICE COOPER's latest CD, "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper", is due on Sept. 23 through Eagle Records.
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