'Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth': Intimate Look At Three Months In Life Of Ultimate Rock Star


NEW YORK, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ — Tommy Lee doesn't want to show you his private parts — he just wants to set the record straight about his career,
his kids, and the ex-wife.

Granting unprecedented access to VH1 cameras, Tommy Lee speaks openly and honestly about his very public life for the very first time. From dad to debaucher, faithful fiance to rock and roll bad boy, VH1 Presents: Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth takes viewers on a bumpy (and often contradictory) ride. As part of MÖTLEY CRÜE, one of the most influential and controversial bands to rise from the '80s L.A. rock scene, he became a household name for living the life of a rock star to the fullest. Premiering Monday, September 23 at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT), VH1 Presents: Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth is Tommy telling the truth according to Tommy.

Some of Tommy Lee's "naked truths" include:

* On his ex-wife: "Pamela reminds me of a person who's sort of sinking and just grabbing any log to stay afloat she can. It makes me sad, I feel a little sad for her."

* On his physical "assets" in the "the home movie": "The 'p-word.' Everyday I gotta deal with it. Just move on and turn the damn page all ready."

* On Vince Neil: "Every time I see him it's always really weird because we don't really like each other that much. So it's very bizarre and fake."


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