Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee announced on Monday that he’ll be tying the knot with long time girlfriend and EDM musician Sofi Toufa.
This won’t be the first time he’s headed to the altar. The 51-year-old skinsman has already said “I do” three times in the past, but according to his announcement on Twitter and the band’s Facebook page, “There comes a time in a mans life when you just know your partner is for LIFE!! Say hello to my fiancé and soon to be wife @SOFIofficial”.
We’ll say congratulations to the two musicians, but first let’s take a look back on Lee’s previous marriages.
1) Elaine Margaret Starchuck
Practically unknown and almost never talked about, Lee married Starchuck in 1984, only a year after Mötley Crüe released their second album, Shout at the Devil. The pair only stayed together for about a month before separating and officially calling it quits in 1985.
2) Heather Locklear
More successful than the first, Lee’s marriage to actress Locklear lasted past the initial hair metal heyday, running from 1986 to 1993. While their bond could withstand drugs, spandex and big hair, Lee reportedly cheated on Locklear, landing them in divorce court. Locklear went on to marry Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, whom she separated from in 2007.
3) Pamela Anderson
Lee met Anderson, an actress and Playboy Playmate, in 1995 and married her four days later. The two had two sons together, Brandon and Dylan, before divorcing in 1998 following the infamous sex tape and possibly even more infamous court case. The pair reconciled once Lee was out of jail and continued to date on and off until about 2008.
Considering his past dating history we’re a little skeptical that this is forever, but hopefully for Lee, the fourth time is the charm.
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