Gene Simmons Shannon Tweed
June 15, 2011 by Post Team
Gene Simmons Shannon Tweed, They’re back: The “Demon”, Gene Simmons, his former soul mate and children Shannon Tweed, Nick and Sophie. The reality of E & hit series “Gene Simmons Family Jewels”, the sixth season, premieres Tuesday, June 14 at 10PM ET with a special one-hour episode.
In the spirit of perhaps a KISS show, starts strong with a lot of fireworks as Shannon decides he needs to reassess its relationship with Simmons, so it goes. Surprising perhaps, but judging by how fun and support the couple appears during her interview with Spinner, things went as often happens in television, especially when you’re dealing with a “normal, fairly conventional, lover family “as she describes Tweed and her calf.
Since hitting the airwaves in 2006, the show about the Simmons clan has proved a formidable force, and Tweed thinks it’s because the family is so disarms land.
“People always expect a car accident,” she says with a knowing, bemused laughter. “But we are not only normal for people to land that ends up being what you stare -… Normal” el ”
Tweed also says that while the capture program of the family in everyday situations, but also pushes them to come with interesting things to do for the public to have something to follow.
“We talk all the time: What can we do, where we can go, which helps the show,” he says. “In that sense, the show has been good for our family because we have been doing things that probably never would. It inspires us. Do you think it would ever go skydiving?” -Question with a laugh.
In a more serious note, Tweed adds that while she and Simmons have enjoyed the experience essentially complete, generally to the fair, children have had their ups and downs.
“It’s a roller coaster for them,” she says. “Like any normal teenager, who wanted his private life, or sometimes just wanted to blend in. And of course it’s OK. We just worked around that. They can do whatever they want at whatever level they want. That’s always been our attitude. They are wonderful children, earth, but go through stages as anyone would. ”
The new season features Sophie’s first year in college, not allowed being as complicated as it has been. “Nick was free and clear after leaving college, but Sophie was having a difficult time when she had exams and could not travel to Israel with us,” Tweed said.
Simmons picks up the story of the statuesque blonde, whom he calls “the absolute love of my life for 28 years.”
“I was born in Israel and in the show this season we visit there, the first time for me since I left when I was about 8,” he says. “My parents had divorced; … I came to America with my mom and I never saw my father again was married at least six times, as I have understood anyway, the trip was the brainchild of Shannon thought it would be good for show. So we get to a restaurant for dinner and is about a man, a big, good-looking I thought it was the waiter then the spring in me … He is a brother he never knew then, two sisters, then another sister Shannon arranged for all my relatives on one side of my father surprised me. His master plan. ”
Simmons goes on to explain that since Tweed comes from a large family, she felt it was important to keep Simmons along with family members. “Without the show, again, there can be inspired to do that,” she says.
Tweed Simmons sees as a “fulcrum” of the series, the main support. . “In the program, especially in this new season, I see my children through the eyes of Shannon as a father, watching the kids evolve through their point of view, it was a good wakeup call – a time to me to grow up and act like an adult. We men are like children under 12 years of age. The great wisdom in a home comes from women, in my opinion. ”
This season, Simmons said, viewers not only get to see his family in Israel, but also in Belize and a place that was once near and dear to his heart: Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas
“Apart from my children, nothing makes me mourn the exception of United States military,” he reveals. “The episode at Fort Hood is as inspiring as anything you will ever see. You know the men and women not to go abroad in their fourth or fifth deployment, risking their lives for an idea called America. It wakes you up. We been to other bases, but before you go on Fort Hood, the day that is gone, it was unforgettable His gaze is steady, the eyes looking at the address you as “sir” that are incredible -. ”
Simmons love and respect for the military goes back to what his mother taught him. “I am an immigrant,” he says. . “My mom told me that the U.S. saved the world many times and she is the right of the largest country in the world can bet your ass is this country has given me my life, my family, my band -. And to prove it. I have given everything, and something else, especially as you will see this season. “
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