Motley Crue Member Reveals ‘100 Pound’ Weight Loss


Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx has revealed the food he is eating in an attempt to lose weight and get in shape for the band’s reunion tour this summer with Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett. He also liked a tweet by a fan who has lost nearly 100 pounds as she works towards it, being 60 pounds down. The fan named Amanda wrote, “You are such an inspiration! Congrats on your progress! I’ve lost 60 pounds in the last year and it’s the best decision I’ve made in my life. Still have more to go but cardio is just a part of my routine now and I LOVE IT! Keep going! See you in Pittsburgh!”

Below are 4 out of his 5 meals Nikki eats daily. Nikki Sixx ‘messed up’ a Motley Crue reunion announcement a few days ago.

Meal 1 – 499 calories: Egg – Omega 3 large, 3 egg – 210 calories, Oats – Quaker, 0.8 cup – 225 calories, Silvered Almonds – Diamond almonds, 1.5 tbsp(s) – 64 calories.

Meal 2 – 418 calories: Coleman Organic Chicken Breast – Coleman, 6.5 oz – 195 calories, Rice – Brown, long-grain, cooked – 6 oz(s) – 195 calories, Broccoli – 3.5. oz – 34 calories.

Meal 4 – 471 calories: Salmon – SAMs salmon, 6 ounces – 270 calories, Rice – Brown, long-grain, cooked – 6oz(s) – 189 calories, Asparagus – Raw – 3.5 fluid ounce – 12 calories.

Meal 5 – 535 calories: Coleman Organic Chicken Breast, Coleman, 6.5 oz – 195 calories, Rice – Brown, long-grain, cooked, 6oz(s) – 189 calories, Broccoli – 34 calories.

He said, “Thanks @eatmacromeals and @platinumathletics.” Vince Neil’s current diet is currently unknown as he tries to get in shape for the big tour. A Motley Crue icon unloaded on ‘refusing’ to lose weight last week.

Motley Crue added several new shows to their summer tour earlier this week, which helps fill in some open weeks that were on the itinerary. The band will perform at the Alamodome in San Antonio, following up with Kaufmann Stadium in Kansas, Busch Stadium in St Louis, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, and First Energy Stadium in Cleveland.

You can see the newly announced dates below.

Jun 21 – SAN ANTONIO, TX @ Alamodome
Jun 23 – KANSAS CITY, MO @ Kauffman Stadium
Jun 25 – ST. LOUIS, MO @ Busch Stadium
Jun 27 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Jun 29 – NASHVILLE, TN @ Nissan Stadium
Jul 2 – CINCINNATI, OH @ Great American Ballpark
Jul 3 – CLEVELAND, OH @ First Energy Stadium