Posted by Bram Teitelman on Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 2:31 pm
Considering Mötley Crüe’s reputation, and the fact that the title track for their fourth album (Girls, Girls, Girls) is a love letter to strip clubs, it’s amazing Mötley Crüe hasn’t gotten into the adult entertainment business before now. That’s about to change. Lead singer Vince Neil has taken the initiative to open a strip club in Vegas. One guess as to what it’s going to be called. Girls, Girls, Girls will be opening at the former Deja Vu, located about a mile off of the Las Vegas strip, in about two weeks. Calling it something he’s always wanted to do and “a dream come true,” Neil tells the Las Vegas Sun that it will be the “first rock and roll strip joint.” Wait, what?
“First, the girls will be edgier,” he told the Sun. “Tattoos won’t be banned. They will look like they stepped out of a music video, 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.”
Yes, you read that right, Vince Neil said “sexcitement.” Granted, after coming off a successful Las Vegas residency, it’s been proven that people will travel to Sin City to see Mötley Crüe, and the chance of seeing him in action at his strip club will probably make the place a must-visit for any Crüe fan. And Neil mentions that his taking over a strip club has ‘possible cable reality show’ written all over it, and he’s considering having it filmed. Maybe this is part of his potential Crüe exit strategy, but a strip club in Vegas ain’t quite a yacht in the Bahamas. We know one thing for sure: anyone that works there will be tired of hearing “Girls, Girls, Girls” after the second week.