VINCE NEIL On 'The Surreal Life': 'I'd Never Do It Again'

Entertainment Weekly asked MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil why he agreed to do "The Surreal Life", which airs tonight on the WB. "I was a bit curious," he said. "It's kind of one of those once-in-a-lifetime things, you know. I'd never do it again."

The reality series, which follows seven bigger-than-life celebrities — including Neil — as they share a house in the San Fernando Valley for ten days and ten nights, is getting surprisingly good reviews from critics, including one from Chicago Sun-Times' Phil Rosenthal, who calls the show "an inexplicable yet bizarrely compelling *** stunt [which] starts slowly … but gradually gains momentum as it careens downhill with a group of housemates on the decline…"

For more information on "The Surreal Life", visit the show's official web site at this location.


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