According to People.com, METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich celebrated his upcoming wedding to model Jessica Miller with a bachelor party thrown by "King Of The Hill" creator Mike Judge over the weekend in San Francisco. Ulrich was joined at Lucky Strike bowling alley on Saturday by METALLICA frontman James Hetfield and actors Bradley Cooper and Ian McKellen. A source told People.com that Cooper was the “top bowler” and that the group hung out in a "private Green Room," where they "ate sushi and spinach dip," before heading off to a celebratory dinner.
Ulrich, 51, and Miller, 31, got engaged in July 2013. This will be the third marriage for Lars, who was previously married to Debbie Jones and Skylar Satenstein.
Ulrich has two sons, Myles and Layne, with Satenstein, and a third boy, Bryce, with Danish actress Connie Nielsen.
Miller, who was previously in a relationship with SYSTEM OF A DOWN guitarist Daron Malakian, is a professional model, and has appeared on the cover of various international editions of Vogue magazine. She has also been a model for Gap, H&M and Chanel, among others.
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