Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx gave Justin Bieber the double bird salute in response to a question from the morning news team at WGN-TV Chicago as they make the rounds to promote their farewell tour.
Following headlines that Bieber was seen hanging out with Keith Richards, WGN entertainment critic Dean Richards asked Sixx and singer Vince Neil what their reaction would be if the fallen pop superstar approached the Crue to join them on stage.
While Neil shook his head at the thought, Sixx raised both hands with his middle fingers extended (the “double bird”) on live TV, causing the morning hosts erupted with laughter.
This week, Motley Crue released a video for a new single, “All Bad Things”, and announced the final North American dates of their farewell tour, which will wrap up December 31 in Los Angeles.
The band will perform on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, January 22.
Motley Crue were named the No. 4 Rock News Artist Of The Year and delivered the No. 6 Rock News Story Of The Year as part of the 5th annual hennemusic Rock News Awards.
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