Legendary rock band Mötley Crüe is currently on the Australian leg of their joint world tour with Def Leppard.
And on Tuesday, Vince Neil looked completely unrecognisable from his heyday as the band performed for a roaring crowd at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.
The singer, 62, revealed his frame in a pair of leather trousers and a low-cut top which flaunted his chest tattoos.
His long bleach blonde hair was pushed back with a headband and he sported lashings of eyeliner.
The Los Angeles native had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand as he energetically belted out the heavy metal group’s hits.
Meanwhile Tommy Lee, 61, looked as fit as a fiddle at his drum kit.
The Athens-born star rocked one of his signature black singlets which showcased his muscular and heavily tattooed arms.
He appears to have recently dyed his hair jet black to match his dark goatee.
Nikki Sixx, 64, took to the stage in an eye-popping red and yellow patterned leather jacket and stonewash jeans.
The bassist completed his look with a black headband and sunglasses.
The band have been in town for over a week and over the weekend Tommy Lee slammed the high price of cigarettes in Australia.
Lee couldn’t believe how much a packet of Marlboro Gold 25s from 7-Eleven cost in comparison to the rest of the world.
He was left outraged when he was forced the shell out $251.96 for four packets of cigarettes and shared his receipt on his Instagram page.
‘$251.96 for 4 packs of smokes here in Melbourne,’ he wrote alongside two flipping the bird emojis.
He then took aim at 7-Eleven’s ‘Wonderfully Easier’ tagline, instead writing: ‘7/11 wonderfully cheesier!’
Lee paid $62.99 per pack, which is expensive even by Australian standards where the average packet costs $40.
According to website Statista, a packet of Marlboro 20s costs about $9 in the United States (roughly AUD$15).
The Australian government’s tobacco taxes are among the highest in the world, in an effort to stomp out smoking completely.
The government aims to reduce daily smokers to below 10 per cent of the population by 2025.
The target is to be below five per cent by 2030.
A number of Tommy’s fans didn’t understand the enormous cost.
‘Whoa,’ one fan wrote in disbelief.
Jeeez’ yet another added. ‘Yikes,’ another wrote.