Posts tagged "Nikki Sixx"

Kat Von D Celebrates Six Years Of Sobriety And We Say Congratulations

Kat Von D may not have her reality show anymore, but she does have six years worth of sober memories and experiences to help keep her moving forward.

The former star of LA Ink tweeted the image above this afternoon, seemingly shouting to the rooftops her message of sobriety. Along with the photo…

By: Jason Marshall / July 7, 2013

Ricky Gervais Launches App That May Allow You to Eavesdrop on Celebrity Conversations

He may be best known for creating the archetypal inept businessman as writer and star of the original The Office, but in real life, Ricky Gervais is a cutting-edge tech entrepreneur.

The British comic, whose mid-2000s podcast was the breakout hit that made podcasting go mainstream, now has a new app that he…

By: Gary Susman / September 19, 2012

Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx Surprises Girlfriend Courtney Bingham On Her Birthday (EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS)

He may be one of the bad boys of rock, but he’s one of the good guys of love.

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx, 53, surprised his girlfriend, Courtney Bingham, 27, on her birthday by filling his tour bus with tons of silver and white balloons and a cake that read “Happy Birthday Baby,”…

By: Lily Harrison / September 6, 2012

Carrie Underwood: Ready to Do the Crue?

Hair-metal kings Motley Crue collaborating with American Idol Carrie Underwood? It’s more likely than you might think. At least to hear the boys in the band tell it.
Underwood recently covered Crue’s classic “Home Sweet Home” for the new closing theme for Idol when finalists get booted. The band was thrilled, and bassist Nikki

By: Betsy Waldman / March 18, 2009

Kat Von D and Nikki Sixx Go Bargain Shopping

Kat Von D and Nikki Sixx hit up the Melrose Trading Post in Hollywood this weekend looking for bargains.
The LA Ink star and Mötley Crüe musician clearly both have an affinity for cheap things other than each other. Tattoo-ed beauty Kat is a big fan of the flea market, where vendors sell their…

By: Betsy Waldman / September 11, 2008