Singer Storm Large (photo), one of the contestants on the CBS reality-TV hit "Rock Star: Supernova" — featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer (and former NBC reality show star) Tommy Lee, former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted, and former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke — spoke with The New York Daily News about Lee flirting with her during taping of the show. "[Tommy's] a big flirt," Storm laughed. "He flirts with the girls... He flirts with the furniture. He's just like that... Underneath all the tattoos and crazy behavior is a sweet, excited kid who loves music more than anything in the world."

Lee, who recently got the news that ex-wife Pamela Anderson will marry Kid Rock, was so wowed by Large, he seemed to want her to star in his next honeymoon video.

"I want to see more of you," Lee oozed after the Amazonian singer performed "Just What I Needed" by THE CARS in a bid to front Lee's new band with Newsted and Clarke.

"I've got six letters for you," Large retorted without missing a beat. "G-O-O-G-L-E."



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