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Motley Crue's Vince Neil rushed to hospital

'Girls, Girls, Girls' group are currently touring with Kiss, Thin Lizzy in Australia

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Motley Crue's Vince Neil has been rushed to hospital suffering from "internal pain".

The 'Girls, Girls, Girls' group were playing a gig in Sydney, Australia today (March 10) when they were forced to cut their set short in order for the singer to be taken to hospital to receive treatment.

The band are currently touring down under with Kiss and Thin Lizzy. They were playing a second night at Sydney's Allphones Arena on Sunday when the singer fell ill with suspected kidney stones.

There is currently no information regarding Neil's current condition, however, bandmate Nicki Sixx tweeted the following:

Guitarist Mick Mars added:

Last year, Vince Neil opened his own strip club in Las Vegas, which he named after Motley Crue's hit single 'Girls, Girls, Girls'. The singer has had a turbulent few years and served a two week prison sentence in 2011 after pleading guilty to drink driving.

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