Axl Rose Agrees to Live Television Interview
In what can only be described as mandatory appointment viewing, Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has decided to make his first sit-down, live television appearance in more than 20 years on ABC's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' His interview is set for Wednesday, Oct. 24.
The singer's arrival on the talk show host's couch is to promote his band's upcoming Las Vegas shows, a 12-night run at The Joint inside Sin City's own Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. But surely, Kimmel will have more topics to touch upon -- we could think of a few hundred questions we'd like to ask Rose.
The aptly titled 'Appetite for Democracy' concerts celebrate 25 years since the release of the bands groundbreaking 1987 'Appetite for Destruction' album. The title also references their most recent album, Chinese Democracy,' which came out four years ago. The Hard Rock shows will run from Wednesday, Oct 31 -- just one week following Rose's 'Kimmel' appearance -- to Saturday, Nov. 24.
Who knows what the interview will hold, but one thing is certain... ratings for that night will certainly be golden, leaving ABC very, very happy. More information regarding getting your hands on Kimmel tickets for this evening can be found at JimmyKimmelLive.com, while tickets for the shows are at Ticketmaster or The Joint.