Axl Rose Parties With With Young Women In Bar Photos

It has come to light that a party for Guns N’ Roses member Axl Rose got shut down by a cold, cold August downpour as per Page Six.

The outlet noted that a private Gun N’ Roses after party at Nolita bar the Mulberry for the legendary frontman raged until almost sunrise Wednesday morning, only shutting down when a deluge caused the hip subterranean spot to flood.

While the soggy surprise put an end to the bash, another thing that was noted was water damage. Rose was in paradise city at the downtown Manhattan bar.

“We’re told Rose was initially shown into the spot’s private space, the Whisper Room, but quickly left the secluded area.”

“He didn’t want to be in VIP, he wanted to be in the party,” says one reveler.

Rose, 61, was spotted on the dance floor while DJ David Katz spun tunes and the “November Rain” was seen carrying around his own custom bottle of Don Julio 1942 from Diageo with his name engraved on it.

“He was holding court,” says the attendee. “He spoke to everyone. He was the nicest guy. He was telling stories about back in the day and what he is up to now.”

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The outlet noted that “Avatar” actor Sam Worthington was among those mingling with Rose. The band, which formed in 1985, has been on a world tour and just released a new song, “Perhaps,” which a press release notes is Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan’s “first collective new composition and recording together in 30 years since 1993’s ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’”

Andrew Dice Clay recently made a surprise appearance doing standup comedy at Guns N’ Roses’ show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ Wednesday night.

It has come to light that Dice’s set included his classic nursery rhymes routine and was teased by Chrissie Hynde during The Pretenders rocking hour long set that included hits “My City Was Gone,” “Middle of the Road” and “Brass in Pocket.”

The appearance was a reunion with Dice and the band –who played just over three hours at MetLife Stadium–since he first opened for them 30 years ago at the Rose Bowl.

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