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Netflix's new biopic film The Dirt tells the story of the early days of rock icons Mötley Crüe, from their music to their struggles and low points to, yes, their love lives. One of the most important relationships depicted is between drummer Tommy Lee and his second wife, actress Heather Locklear. Their wedding was one of the surprising but highly covered celebrity weddings of the 1980s.
Lee and Locklear married on May 10, 1986. Locklear was just 24 years old, and Lee was only 23. The match was described, in polite terms, as a mismatch: Lee was in the prime of his edgy rock-and-roll lifestyle, while Locklear was one of Hollywood's favorite TV ingenues. People had a detailed account of the wedding, which was held at the Santa Barbara Biltmore, with about 500 guests.
Lee - Leather - Tux - Gum - Ceremony
Lee wore a white leather tux (and was chewing gum up until the ceremony officially started). Locklear's dress was a fitted, mermaid-style gown. The couple had a nondenominational ceremony that lasted around 40 minutes and culminated with the couple's first kiss as a married couple, timed with the release of a dozen white doves.
The couple married after a whirlwind year-long relationship, which started when Locklear and Lee were both backstage at an REO Speedwagon concert. For Lee, it was love at first sight, and he asked a mutual acquaintance to introduce...
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