TOMMY LEE To Guest On 'The Sharon Osbourne Show'

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee will be a featured guest on "The Sharon Osbourne Show", which is set to premiere on Monday, September 15 on the WB network.

According to an official press release, "Sharon's male celebrity guests will get to go 'Under the Covers' — she'll interview them while tucked into an on-stage bed. But aside from celebrities Sharon will take a look at real people and real issues offering updates on former guests.

"Sharon will keep her viewers tuned into music, fashion, gossip and pop culture trends as well as featuring top musical guests. She'll also pick an unknown artist to help navigate the tricky waters of the music industry, offering viewers a behind-the-scenes look."

In other Lee-related news, Tommy will appear on a Fox show called "The Ortegas" in November. "The Ortegas", a British import modeled on "The Kumars at No. 42", will air Sunday nights. No further information is available at this time.


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