Ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE Singer To Get Makeover In 'The Remaking Of Vince Neil'

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil has signed to star in MTV's "The Remaking of Vince Neil", according to Billboard.com. The show, which will premiere on a date to be announced, will document Neil's attempt at a career comeback with the help of makeover specialists.

Last year, Neil was part of the first-season ensemble cast of the WB's "The Surreal Life", which chronicled the activities of various celebrities living together in the same house.

As previously reported, former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has inked a deal with NBC for a reality series centered on his enrollment in college. The still-untitled show is currently in development and does not yet have a premiere date. It will follow Lee as he experiences college life at a university to be announced.


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