MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil took a fall this past Saturday night (April 14) at his Girls, Girls, Girls strip club in Las Vegas, Nevada while trying to jump on the stage during his performance of the club’s theme song, the CRÜE classic “Girls, Girls, Girls”. Check out video footage of the incident below.
A deal between America’s premier adult entertainment super power Déjà Vu and Neil created Las Vegas’ newest adult entertainment spot. The deal, constructed by celebrity dealmaker Michael Politz, married the two brands into Neil‘s 1987 mega hit “Girls, Girls, Girls”. The club name is based on the band’s 1987 album of the same name paying homage to hard-living lifestyle, their love of riding fast, large motorcycles, drinking whiskey, and spending long nights at strip clubs.
It was almost inevitable that one of the MÖTLEY CRÜE bandmembers would eventually open a strip club with the same name. Neil has promised that it will provide an “edgier” strip club experience, Girls, Girls, Girls will be a “rock ‘n’ roll strip club” and Neil has said all his entertainers will look like they’ve “stepped out of a music video. Bringing back the vibe of the Sunset Strip in the days [he] ran the streets. Tattoos, hot, provocative and edgy.” Neil also claimed, “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. There won’t be any house or 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 MÖTLEY.”
In a recent interview with Sally Steele of Vegas Rocks! magazine, Neil stated about why he decided to open his own strip club, “I’ve been going to strip clubs my whole adult life, I think. With the song ‘Girls Girls Girls’, we got inducted in 2007 into the Stripper Fall Of Fame. So it was just something that has been coming for a long time.”
He added, “I love new businesses. It’s just another cool thing, and I think it’s great for Las Vegas. It’s something different in a city that has everything. . . I literally live, like, five minutes from [the club]. So I’m gonna be here a lot when I’m in town and come here and hang out. It’s a great place to hang.”