Tommy Lee’s Wife Ruined His Rolls-Royce To Promote New Solo Album

The Mötley Crüe drummer's wife, Brittany Furlan, made some interesting changes to Tommy's Rolls-Royce…

Tommy Lee’s Wife Ruined His Rolls-Royce To Promote New Solo Album
Emily Carter

As Tommy Lee gears up to release his new solo album ANDRO this week, the Mötley Crüe drummer's wife Brittany Furlan made some… adaptations to Tommy's Rolls-Royce in order to help promote it.

Taking to TikTok to unveil the changes made to the car, Brittany announces, “I have a surprise for Tommy, I took his car and I had it wrapped with his new album cover.”

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Tommy, though, is less than pleased when he sees what's been done to it, opening his eyes and instantly exclaiming, “What the fuck?! What the fuck did you do to my car?”

After explaining that the vehicle's original black colour was “so expensive”, the musician questions, “I’m gonna drive this around? What is wrong with you?” Oops…

Speaking to Australia's Heavy Mag recently about ANDRO and how his metal background influenced the genre-bending sound, Tommy revealed, “I've been playing heavy metal nearly my whole life, so that's gonna come into play at all times. If anything, it's wonderful, but there's also times where it wants to jump up and come in and it's, like, 'No, no, no. I'm not working on that kind of track right now.' You know what I mean? 'You go and sit over there for a minute. I'll be right back.'

“There's so many styles that I love, [but metal] is definitely one that's always there, always in the room, pounding on the door, 'Let's do some heavy shit.' Always.

“What I do, though, is if you think about it, and if you listen to the beats, a lot of the sounds on the record are not your typical fucking electronic sounds; they're fucking some pretty beasty, gnarly sounds from the dirty-ass bass to the drum beats to the hyperness of them. So my background and my influences are constantly sneaking out in all sorts of ways, all over the place, actually, but just in different forms.”

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