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Gene Simmons Marries Longtime Girlfriend

Kiss rocker films his wedding for reality show

October 3, 2011 8:30 AM ET
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Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed attend the "Scarface" Blu-Ray DVD Release Party in Los Angeles.
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Kiss bassist Gene Simmons married Shannon Tweed, his girlfriend of 28 years and mother of his two adult children, at a ceremony in Beverly Hills on Saturday. The wedding, which was held outdoors at the Beverly Hills Hotel, was filmed for the couple's A&E reality show, Gene Simmons Family Jewels. A special episode focusing on the wedding is expected to air on the network on October 18th.

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The wedding had 400 guests, including Hugh Hefner, Bill Maher and several of Simmons' current and former Kiss bandmates. Kiss guitarist Paul Stanley was a member of the rocker's wedding party.


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