John Travolta, 68, confirmed love for Tommy Lee, 59, and his band Motley Crue on July 2. The actor attended their live performance in Jacksonville, FL and shared a photograph and video that confirmed him having a good time to his Instagram web page. Within the snapshot, he was hugging Tommy and smiling whereas he wore a denim jacket, and within the clip, he was standing aspect stage whereas watching the band rock out as he additionally gave a thumbs as much as the digicam.
“Tommy, thanks for biggest night time in Rock ‘n’ Roll. Mötley Crüe at its greatest. Love you tons. – JT,” John captioned the submit. As soon as it was shared, his followers have been fast to reply with supportive messages. “Good. John…you must’ve ran out on stage and tripped out the entire viewers. Truly…you must’ve gone out and did the Pulp Fiction dance…an evening to recollect,” one fan joked. “Johnny and Tommy!” one other exclaimed, whereas a 3rd shared, “How cool is that 🔥 a lot expertise proper there 👍.”
John’s newest submit concerning the Motley Crue live performance comes after he made headlines for sharing cuddly photographs, which may be seen under, together with his children, Ella, 22, and Benjamin, 11, on Father’s Day final month. The household seemed to be sitting in a small airplane as they posed and smiled for the digicam. “It’s privilege to be a father. I like you my infants. Glad Father’s Day to everybody,” the doting dad wrote within the caption for the submit.
John has been elevating his children as a single dad after the unhappy dying of his spouse Kelly Preston from breast most cancers in 2020. He typically shares particular moments together with his children, like holidays and their birthdays, on his social media account. For Ella’s twenty second birthday in Apr., he posted a video that confirmed them having fun with excessive tea in London, England. Within the cute clip, they have been each sitting at a desk filled with delicious-looking pastry treats as they toasted and drank from their tea cups whereas smiling on the digicam.
“Glad birthday my dearest Ella! I like you a lot,” John’s caption for the video started. “We’re right here in England having afternoon tea to rejoice and I’m additionally right here to shoot a brief movie referred to as, ‘The Shepherd’ based mostly on a guide by Frederick Forsyth that I’ve all the time liked.”