Report: VINCE NEIL Had $80,000 Worth Of Plastic Surgery On His Face

According to Dave Simpson of The Guardian, rumor has it that MÖTLEY CRÜE will trumpet their return by descending on to Sunset Strip in helicopters on Monday, December 6 for their press conference to unveil a 2005 world tour featuring the original line-up of Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil and Mick Mars.

Ian Gittins, who is working on a Sixx biography, says MÖTLEY CRÜE have "cleaned up" and, with the re-emergence of metal, are looking forward to "reclaiming their proud legacy". "Two of the band are filming reality TV shows," says Gittins. "Tommy Lee is filming what happens when a 'wild man of rock' joins the University of Nebraska marching band, and Vince Neil has had $80,000 worth of plastic surgery on his face paid for by TV. Nikki says he looks fabulous."


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