Monday, January 5, 2015
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil’s Arena Football League team, the Las Vegas Outlaws, will make their debut on March 30 when they host their inaugural match against the L.A. KISS, the team owned by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of KISS.
The Las Vegas Sun reports Neil will be on hand to perfom the national anthem and that plans are being discussed for a possible rival Motley Crue and KISS mini-concert before game time and at halftime.
Neil - who was awarded the new AFL franchise in September - will begin audtions this week for the team’s Posse cheerleader squad.
“We are going to have the 10 hottest, sexiest girls in Las Vegas leading the team, the best beauties in the league,” claims Neil. "The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, who once made headlines around the world, will pale by comparison to what we assemble."
The singer also reveals the Posse will be a part of regular promotions at the games.
“Ten guys will get to watch each home game with the Posse in a convertible on the field,” he says. “It will be the hottest ticket in town — everybody will want to get close to our cheerleaders. This really will be ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’! They will look as if they have stepped right out of the hottest music video of all time.”
Motley Crue will resume their farewell tour next month when they play a 5-date Japanese tour, with shows set for Kobe, Nagoya, Tokyo and Fukuoka.
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