TOMMY LEE Enrolls In College?

The Buffalo News reports: "The University at Buffalo enjoyed some positive publicity when MTV visited two years ago to follow the experiences of a fraternity and sorority pledge class.

"Despite that, UB said 'no' to a new reality show, a series in which cameras will follow a well-known Hollywood celebrity as he enrolls in college and takes three or four classes per week.

"'He will also do what normal college students do: root for the football team, study in the quad and have some good ol' fashioned college fun,' said an e-mail sent by the show's producer to UB and other colleges around the country.

"The e-mail didn't name the celebrity student, but UB soon discovered who it was: Tommy Lee, the tattoo-loving, hard-living rock star and ex-husband of 'Baywatch' beauty Pamela Anderson Lee.

"Given Lee's previous video appearance, an X-rated romp with Pamela, UB's decision may be a wise one."


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