Motley Crue ‘Imminent’ Reunion Date Leaked By Poison

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Motley Crue are rumored to reunite to tour next year with Def Leppard and Poison, and if the rumors are true, Bret Michaels may have just revealed that the tour will be announced by mid-December. Michaels told Arizona Republic that a ‘great’ tour with Poison’s original lineup is in the works for 2020, and that he’s hoping to ‘get to announce something really awesome coming up in the next month or so.’

Nikki Sixx also posted a link to Motley Crue’s official website on Twitter on Friday. Def Leppard tweeted a new VLog few days ago, “The final vlog of 2019! And there will be a next time…” Alternative Nation transcribed the band’s comments, where they also hinted at an unspecified 2020 tour.

Vivian Campbell thanked fans, “It’s been a wonderful year, thank you to all the Def Leppard fans, you make it all worthwhile, you make it all special. Thank you, we’ll see you next year.”

Tommy Lee recently revealed if he really hates Vince Neil. Joe Elliott said, “Captain’s log, November the 2nd, 2019, 11:30PM. Almost midnight. The clocks go back tonight, so when you watch this, it could be an hour wrong. We just came offstage. It wasn’t as cold as I thought it was going to be. It was way better than Nashville from a temperature point of view. totally sold out, an amazing crowd. Very enthusiastic, and for us it was a fantastic and very special night. I sang great, I really enjoyed tonight.

I had 12 days off, so no excuses. We all had a really good time, we were all relaxed, everyone was like it’s the last one. What a great way to finish, because I would have hated to finish it with a crap gig. But it was one of the best ones I sang on the whole tour, so I go home knowing my throat is still in great shape.

Something to look forward to for next year. I’m going to go home and write some songs, demo some stuff, and work with the guys on some more Leppard material, and just be a Dad and a husband, and a son to me Mom, and stuff like that. I wish you all a wonderful rest of the year, and if I don’t see you before Thanksgiving or Christmas or New Year, happy Thanksgiving, happy Christmas, happy New Year, and happy everything. I’ll see you in 2020.” Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars recently reacted to rumors that he is physically unable to tour.