Alice Cooper reportedly rejected the sexual advances of Raquel Welch during the 70s.
The information was revealed in a recent memoir from guitar Dick Wagner. The musician said he and Cooper were in Miami for the Super Bowl in 1976. Welch happened to be performing in the area at the time.
The encounter took place after Alice Cooper and Dick Wagner were invited up to Raquel Welch’s room. The guitarist said he could tell that she was up to something as soon as they arrived.
“You gotta do it at least one time for all us horny b******s in the world,” Wagner told Cooper at the time.
However, Alice Cooper would ultimately reject Raquel Welch’s sexual advances. The rocker stayed true to his 19-year-old girlfriend Sheryl Goddard.
The guitar wrote in his memoir that Cooper was “crazy not to allow himself to be seduced.”
Although the proposed seduction took place at Welch’s suite, she continued her advances with the rocker the next day. Wagner and Cooper were reportedly playing golf when Welch approached the “School’s Out” singer once again.
Raquel wanted to sign on as Cooper’s caddy. Instead of allowing her to follow him around while they played golf, Alice decided to call it a day. Wagner wrote that the musician quickly fled the golf course in order to avoid Welch.
While Wagner may think that Cooper was crazy for rejecting the sexual advances of someone like Raquel Welch, being faithful to his girlfriend ultimately paid off. Sheryl and Alice would later marry. The two are still together to this day.
Those who are interested in learning more about Dick Wagner’s life in the music industry can pick up his memoir right now. Not Only Women Bleed: Vignettes from the Heart of a Rock Musician hit bookshelves last September.
Are you a fan of Alice Cooper? What do you think about the musician rejecting the sexual advances of Raquel Welch?