Australia's Undercover News is reporting that Calico Cooper, the daughter of Alice Cooper, made a surprise appearance on stage in Sydney on Saturday night with Eric Singer.

KISS drummer Singer is currently touring Australia as ALICE COOPER's drummer and doing a few sideshows along the way.

Calico plays several roles in the current ALICE COOPER show including a nurse, a dancer and Paris Hilton during Alice's "I Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills".

Guitarist Ryan Roxie introduced Calico at the Annandale Hotel as "from the loins of Alice Cooper." She joined the band to perform THE RUNAWAYS' "Cherry Bomb" and SWEET's "Fox on the Run".

Singer is performing his own show again tonight at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne. Tomorrow night, he will be back with ALICE COOPER performing at Melbourne's Palais Theatre.


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