Axl Rose finally agrees to talk to someone on television
It's been more than 20 years since Guns N' Roses franchise manager Axl Rose appeared in a live TV interview, having kept the audience waiting this long because someone threw a water bottle. But after all that time, Rose has finally agreed to come out and sit down in a historic-by-default talk on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live, ending a decades-long silence that has only occasionally been broken by numerous print interviews, declarations from the stage, and long, windy blog posts about himself. Kimmel will welcome Rose to his show on October 24, just before the latter kicks off his "Appetite For Democracy" residence in Las Vegas, which sounds about right. They will discuss the complicated, frustrated history of the band, or maybe just do some stuff with adorable little kids.