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Tales of a Rock-Star Love Affair: Slash's Wife Talks Groupie Antics, Finding Hubby in Rolling Stone

July 31, 2007 6:32 PM ET

When Perla Hudson saw a photo of Slash's hair -- and not much else -- in Rolling Stone, she knew she had spotted the man of her dreams. Get the E! True Hollywood Story: Rock Star Wives co-star's take on Guns N' Roses' early days (and a hilarious story about a major groupie snafu) right here. Then take a look at our photo gallery of Sunset Strip girlfriends like Pamela Anderson and Stephanie Seymour, plus check out rock videos featuring legendary video vixens like Tawny Kitaen.

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Song Stories

“Madame George”

Van Morrison | 1968

One of the first stream-of-consciousness epics to make it onto a Van Morrison record, his drawn-out farewell to the eccentric "Madame George" lasted nearly 10 minutes, combining ingredients from folk, jazz and classical music. The character that gave the song its title provoked speculation that it was about a drag queen, though Morrison denied this in Rolling Stone. "If you see it as a male or a female or whatever, it's your trip," he remarked. "I see it as a ... a Swiss cheese sandwich. Something like that."

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