MÖTLEY CRÜE mainman Nikki Sixx has reportedly written a song, "Let's Get It Together" for possible inclusion on the next BACKSTREET BOYS album. The bassist is also said to have composed tracks for TANTRIC, SALIVA, and FAITH HILL.

In related news, Sixx and wife Donna D'Errico were among the guests at KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons' second launch party for the debut issue of his new quarterly, Gene Simmons Tongue, at Barfly in Hollywood on Tuesday, June 11th. Other "celebrities" making an appearance included Paul Stanley, members of LIT, James Michael, new RCA recording artist WICKED QUEEN, Hugh Hefner and his posse of Playboy bunnies, Fran Drescher, Nick Young of the Dreamworks band AI, 24/Six Feet Under's Eric Balfour, Talk Soup/5th Wheel's Aisha Tyler, porn king Ron Jeremy, and Pamela and Michael Des Barres. According to Allstar, party-goers were treated to the usual food and booze, as well as the new Kiss Kondoms and cute little tongue depressor sticks that read, "Gene Simmons Tongue Magazine… Say Ahh!"


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