Gene Simmons is going to get married, but he’s not quite ready to commit to just one woman. Simmons said that he’ll do his best to be faithful to his bride, Shannon Tweed, who he has been dating for 28-years. But a vow? He just can’t do it.
In a preview of the upcoming season of “Gene Simmons Family Jewels,” Tweed says that Simmons won’t promise to be faithful. The 62-year-old Kiss star could only reply, “I will do my best.”
That doesn’t mean that the former Kiss member isn’t in love with Tweed. Simmons told Clicker TV:
“It is time for me to grow up. I’m 62. I’ve been doing a lot of wacky stuff for an awfully long time — the band, the thing, traveling around the world and all that. There’s nobody I’ve ever loved. There’s nobody I’ve ever said ‘I love you’ to. I even find it difficult to say ‘I love you’ to my mother, but I love Shannon with all my heart and all my soul and always will.”
And the longtime rocker will have plenty of temptations. Radar Online reports that Ashley Madison, the “we make it easy to discreetly cheat on your partner” service, sent Simmons 1 million Ashley Madison credits, which will allow him to “pursue unlimited discreet affairs for the rest of your life.”
Gene Simmons wedding to Shannon Tweed will happen tonight, but you’ll have to wait until October 4th to see it on A&E.
Do you think Gene Simmons will go through with his wedding? Will he vow to be faithful? Maybe Simmons should think about one of these temporary marriage licenses that Mexico City is about to make legal.