TOMMY LEE's Midget Shocker

ContactMusic.com is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee shocked U.S. TV viewers in Thursday morning (March 3) when he appeared on the morning show "Live with Regis and Kelly" on a midget's back, sporting a black eye.

The drummer was on the show with CRÜE bandmate Nikki Sixx to discuss the reformed group's world tour when he surprised hosts Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa by making his entrance on the back of a little pal.

Lee later explained the man was a longtime CRÜE fan who followed the group on tour and joined them onstage.

Meanwhile, Lee blamed his black eye on a drumstick stunt that went wrong. "I do this trick where I hit the drum with the stick and the stick flies up into the air and the strobe lights are flashing and I lost sight of it and it hit me in the eye the other night," he stated.

MÖTLEY CRÜE played a sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden Thursday night.

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