Chances that the original members of KISS will stage a reunion at the band's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction appear to be fading.
While bassist Gene Simmons and former guitarist Ace Frehley have both expressed a willingness to play together at the event, frontman Paul Stanley is not on board with the idea.
In a Twitter chat over the weekend, the rocker told fans that a performance featuring him, Gene, Ace, and ex-drummer Peter Criss "seems unlikely." He added that there's "no way" he'll wear the KISS makeup with Ace and Peter. Stanley also ruled out a reunion tour, and said he's "not interested" in even doing a one-off show with his two former bandmates.
However, despite his objections to performing with Ace and Peter, Paul doesn't seem to have a problem sharing the honor with them. He said he no hard feelings toward Frehley or Criss, and that he's "proud to be inducted with them."
KISS is part of the Rock Hall's Class of 2014, which will be officially welcomed at an induction ceremony in Brooklyn, New York on April 10th.
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