TOMMY LEE Says He Heard About PAMELA ANDERSON's Wedding Via Text Message

World Entertainment News Network reports that MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee was insulted when ex-wife Pamela Anderson informed him of her wedding to Kid Rock by sending him a text message. The couple share custody of their two sons, Brandon, 10 and Dylan, 8 and were married from 1995-1998.

Lee appeared on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Wednesday night (August 30), where the talk show host asked him if he had been invited to the July wedding.

He replied, "No, that's a negative. But did you know that marriage is the leading cause of divorce? I wish them just and if she's happy, that's awesome. I actually got a text message from her, which was interesting... 'Oh, by the way I'm getting married...' (I'm like) thanks for letting me know! Great, like that...'"

Kimmel then asked the rocker if he was surprised that the couple reunited and decided to tie the knot so quickly. Lee admitted he was caught off guard adding, "Oh yeah, totally!"


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