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Gene Simmons’ strange jogging look

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Kiss rocker Gene Simmons looked strangely taut as he jogged in Studio City yesterday with his family.

Gene Simmons’ trademark raven mane flapped as he propelled himself along the sidewalk but his face stayed still.

The 62-year-old rocker freely admitted that he wanted to get rid of his jowls.


Gene Simmons had a his “n” hers joint facelift with his wife Shannon Tweed, 54 , in 2007.

“I’d thought about it before,” Gene Simmons told People magazine at the time.

“I was aware I had jowls.”

“Like Jabba the Hutt!” teased Shannon Tweed at the time, she was Playboy’s 1982 Playmate of the Year.

“I didn’t want him to look younger than me,” Shannon Tweed added.

Kiss rocker Gene Simmons looked strangely taut as he jogged in Studio City yesterday with his family

Kiss rocker Gene Simmons looked strangely taut as he jogged in Studio City yesterday with his family

Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed wed just a few months ago after 28 years together, with their children they star in A&E reality program, Gene Simmons Family Jewels.

The couple likes to spice things up in the bedroom.

After getting hitched last October following 28 years of unwedded bliss, Simmons told Hollyscoop: “Romance is interesting, but somebody much more prolific than I am put it better – she should be a Madonna in the kitchen and a w***e in the bedroom.”

But unlike many women her age, Shannon Tweed didn’t seem to mind the label her husband had publicly given to her.

Seemingly in agreement she added: “[You have to] keep having sex in different ways. Try to think of something new.”

Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed have two grown children, Nicolas, 22 and Sophie Alexandra, 19.

Shannon Tweed, who appears alongside them on reality show, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, insists they know exactly what to do when the couple feels like being naughty.

Shannon Tweed continued: “Thank God the children are grown up. As soon as they hear noise from upstairs, they leave the house. That’s good.”