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Rocker Vince Neil is delving into the topless nightclub business. Vegas DeLuxe has learned exclusively that he’ll open his Vince Neil’s Girls, Girls, Girls in his Las Vegas hometown in about two weeks.
“It’s something I always wanted to do,” the Motley Crue frontman said. “So it’s like a dream come true. But this will be different and unique. It will be the first rock and roll strip joint. It was a business opportunity to become a partner that was too good to pass up.”
His new topless club will take over the former Deja Vu opposite the Orleans off Tropicana Avenue a mile from the Strip (we tweeted this news last Friday).
“First, the girls will be edgier. Tattoos won’t be banned. They will look like they stepped out of a music video,” Vince told me. “Hot, provocative and edgy. I know it all comes down to G-strings in the end, but they’ll start out with much sexier outfits than you find elsewhere.
“Second, the music isn’t going to be boring. None of that house, generic strip club music. This will be full on rock and roll. We’re going to have a lot more fun and a lot more dancing with our music. It will be a blast from start to finish. Yeah, we’ll even play a little Motley, but tons of others, too! The mix will be something both tourists and locals want to add to the sexcitement.
“I know what guys want in sexy girls, and we’ll have more than enough of that. I’m going to orchestrate the sexiest girls in town. I’ve always wanted to have a strip club, and this one is going to be the best there is. I’m going to be there to guarantee that.”
Vince, who was in Los Angeles this past weekend at band mate Tommy Lee’s home studio recording a new single penned by Nikki Sixx, also confirmed the new topless nightclub project could wind up as a reality TV series on cable. “We’ve talked about filming behind the scenes of what goes into putting together a new club and all the fun sexy stuff with the girls,” he said.
“There’s plenty of reality television components in there -- add in all the sexy stuff, and Girls, Girls, Girls will be really Hot, Hot, Hot!”
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