The Simmons Family Jewels are going back into cold storage.
A&E has decided to pull Gene Simmons Family Jewels, the reality show documenting the Kiss bassist's home life with his partner, Shannon Tweed, and their two kids, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The show had been on the air for seven seasons.
Now that Gene Simmons and longtime partner Shannon Tweed are finally man and wife, talk has turned to the possibility of the couple adopting a child on the new season of Gene Simmons Family Jewels.
But Sophie, who has vocalized her strong objections to expanding the family, will...
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13. Best Vows: Twenty-eight years and two children later, Gene Simmons finally ties the knot with Shannon Tweed on Gene Simmons Family Jewels in a romantic ceremony during which Tweed gives the legendary lothario her father's ring that she melted and reshaped into one for Simmons. "If you ever take it off..." she sweetly threatens before Simmons completes her thought: "I'll kill you." 'Til death do they...
Oh, ABC. How adorable that you felt that your sad new sitcom Man Up! (8:30/7:30c) deserves an exclamation point. As in, maybe: Yikes, this sucks! The network describes this latest "comedy" about male insecurities as being "in the vein of The Hangover." Only in the vein of people who watch The Hangover and think: Boy, I wish I could be that funny.
After nearly 30 years of dating, Kiss bassist Gene Simmons wed longtime girlfriend and Playboy Playmate Shannon Tweed, Us Weekly reports.
More than 400 guests attended Saturday's affair in Beverly Hills, including Hugh Hefner and Bill Maher.
The couple met at a party at the Playboy Mansion and have two children together: Sophie, 19, and Nick, 22.