TOMMY LEE Moved To Tears By Autobiography's Success

According to the New York Daily News, former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee was getting all choked up the other day when he was told that his autobiography, "Tommyland", had just made The New York Times best-seller list — at No. 16.

During a private book-signing at Simon & Schuster's midtown offices, Publisher Judith Curr of the Atria division congratulated Pamela Anderson's ex.

"He was so moved, his eyes welled up," said a witness. "And then he said, 'This is totally awesome! Killer, dudes!' "


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