Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has revealed to People magazine that he is currently working on a new CD of electronic dance music. "I'm absolutely passionate about dance music," he said. "It's one big party."
Lee has also confirmed that he has been romantically involved with supermodel Naomi Campbell. "I've been kind of going out with her for a little while," said Lee, who met Campbell in Miami through mutual friend P. Diddy (photos). "I know people says she's a little hard to work with, but she's not like that around me. She's a sweet girl."
These days Lee is also making nice with his ex, Pamela Anderson. "We're probably at the best point in our relationship," he said of the mother of his two kids, Brandon, 7, and Dylan Jagger, 6.
Lee is still working on his long-awaited autobiography, now due this fall through Atria Books, the hardcover imprint of Simon & Schuster. As previously reported, the book, which was originally rumored to have been titled "Ragz to Riches" (and later "Misunderstood" and "An Illustrated Man"), will contain many details not included in the CRÜE's best-selling band autobiography, "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band".
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