Kid Rock's Wild Cover Shoot Video: Watch Him Navigate Strippers and Questions about Tommy Lee, His New LP

October 3, 2007 10:10 AM ET

The secret is out: Kid Rock (and a few scantily clad female companions) is the star of Rolling Stone's 2007 Hot Issue. To read an excerpt from the cover story, where the rocker born Robert Ritchie explains how booze, strippers and punching Tommy Lee helped him get over Pamela Anderson, click here. Watch Kid Rock recall his crotch-burning first Rolling Stone cover and talk about the Video Music Awards incident and his new album, Rock N Roll Jesus in our behind-the-scenes cover-shoot video. (More photos from the shoot can be found here.)

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