'TOMMY LEE: THE NAKED TRUTH' To Premier In Late September

Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth, the first of two hour-long specials chronicling the life of the former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer, is scheduled to air on Thursday, September 26th at 11:00 PM EST/10:00 PM CST on VH1.

The following is a description of the show posted at The Naked Truth's official web site: "Take Behind The Music and The Osbournes and put them in a blender ... then add a trusty road manager, Prince's former wife, a Chinese sex swing, a court appointed monitor, several cases of vodka, and a touch of Pam Anderson for good measure and you've got Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth, a reality documentary chronicling the life and times of 'a rock star's rock star.' It's a chance to see the real man behind the tabloids and invade his home, his life and his mind. In the end you'll agree that Tommy's life is never dull."

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