Motley Crue's Vince Neil to open 'Girls, Girls, Girls' strip club in Las Vegas

Glam metal singer says he 'knows what guys want in sexy girls'

Motley Crue's Vince Neil to open 'Girls, Girls, Girls' strip club in Las Vegas

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Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has revealed that he is opening his own strip club, which is named after his band's hit single 'Girls, Girls, Girls'.

The club will open in Las Vegas in around two weeks time and Neil has promised that it will provide an "edgier" strip club experience.

Speaking to the Las Vegas Sun about the venture, Neil has said 'Girls, Girls, Girls' will be a "rock'n'roll strip club'' and has said all his strippers will look like they've "stepped out of a music video".

Asked what people could expect from the club, Neil boasted: "First, the girls will be edgier. 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'n'roll. It will be a blast from start to finish. Yeah, we’ll even play a little Motley."

Neil also promised that he knew what punters wanted and would take great pride in running the club. He said of this: "I know what guys want in sexy girls, and we’ll have more than enough of that. I’m going to orchestrate the sexiest girls in town. I've always wanted to have a strip club, and this one is going to be the best there is. I'm going to be there to guarantee that."

Vince Neil endured a turbulent 2011. He served a two-week prison sentence in January 2011 after pleading guilty to drink-driving and also pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in December 2011.

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