Fozzy‘s Chris Jericho talked about Mötley Crüe’s frontman Vince Neil in an interview for Triple M radio station and showed him the support that Vince waited for ages.
Vince Neil has been the target of harsh criticism for his weight and low performances on the band’s last tour. The fans and fellow musicians gave Neil a hard time for his poor performance caused by his bad physical shape.
The fans had concerns about Mötley Crüe’s next tour, which they believe, might be a huge disaster for Vince. However, recently we had some promising news about Neil’s plans to get shaped and improve his performance.
During the interview, Chris Jericho shared his thoughts on this criticism about Vince Neil and stated that he disagreed with the concerns about Neil’s future performances. Chris said all these worries were unnecessary, and he showed his support for Vince.
Here’s what Chris Jericho said about the harsh criticism over Vince Neil’s recent singing performance:
“I wish that Vince would maybe try a little harder, and I think if this tour happens, ‘The Stadium Tour’, I bet you he will. I bet you he gets the motivation to work on his conditioning a bit and maybe take some vocal lessons.
Once again, he’s a legendary guy, and if you’re going to Mötley Crüe, you know what you’re gonna get. But with all the pomp and circumstance and the hits that the crowd sings every word, if you’re going there to bag on ’em with 50 thousand other people, you’re missing the point. Those stadium shows were sold out, man.
So my point is whether Vince sings every second word or whether he comes out there 160 pounds of abs and sounds like freaking Bruce Dickinson, it doesn’t matter. People go because they wanna see Mötley Crüe. To me, if people are gonna go see it, it’s not my position to bag on it. To me, if it’s working, it’s working.”
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