GENE SIMMONS Seeks 'Scandalous' Stories

ABC ePrep reports: Most artists don't want their private behavior made public but KISS's Gene Simmons is evidently an exception. Simmons posted on his web site that he's being featured in a forthcoming book called "Deja Vu: You'll Never Make Love In This Town Again, Again". It's the sequel to a juicy Hollywood tell-all called "You'll Never Make Love In This Town Again", and the note on his site calls on female admirers to e-mail their stories about personal encounters they've had with Simmons. The note specifies, "the more scandalous the better." The stories will be forwarded to the publisher, and presumably the juiciest will be included in the book. Those whose stories make it into the book will receive a personally inscribed copy.

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