VELVET REVOLVER Drummer To Pitch Reality Show Based On His Groupie Conquests
VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Matt Sorum recently spoke to the Las Vegas Weekly about his penchant for groupies (he's the only member of the band who's not married), which has put him at odds with VR frontman Scott Weiland, according to a recent Entertainment Weekly article. Sorum now says the two have reached an understanding. "One night, we had a little situation where Scott accidentally walked in on me with about four girls naked, and it just kind of threw him off," he said in the sort of tone one might use to describe accidentally spilling some milk. "It just got a little out of control. But you know, we talked about it, and I said, 'Look, dude, I'm doing my thing, you're doing your thing. I did nothing but support you in your life,' and he does the same for me now. We've come to an agreement on how to make it work."
Sorum said that he's even toying with the idea of pitching a reality show based on his backstage exploits, after a special on the formation of VELVET REVOLVER and the recording of "Contraband" met with some success on VH1.
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