Gene Simmons Reacts To Sebastian Bach’s ‘Weird’ Paul Stanley Impersonator

Former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach shared a video on his official Instagram and Twitter account, including impersonators of KISS’ Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. The bassist reacted to the impersonators on Twitter, saying this was one of the weirdest things he had ever seen.

Since the beginning of their career, KISS members have impressed their audience and the musicians in the rock scene. Besides their successful songs and albums, the band members significantly impacted the rock music industry in the ’70s with the mystery they created using face paintings while performing. The shows were crucial for KISS in that they wore flamboyant costumes and comic-book-style make-up.

The band members also had distinctive stage personas with their individual names. KISS members kept the legacy alive by staying behind their created characters. The band’s influence has still been sensed in the whole world. Even though the band members gave up on their personas for a while in the ’80s, they immediately returned to their iconic looks.

People still impersonate them at many events thanks to their signature fashion style. Recently, Sebastian Bach shared a video on his Instagram, including two impersonators of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, whom he called for his birthday celebration.

Sebastian Bach wrote in his words:

“Life-size Japanese Animatronic. KISS dolls are not for sale! Knights In Satans Service, KISS My Kollectibles. Production: Jason Ebs.”

Bach also shared the impersonators’ video on his Twitter account by tagging Gene Simmons. Thereupon, Simmons indicated that he found the footage strange, including the impersonators of him and Stanley.

Gene Simmons responded in his words:

“I don’t know what to say. I’ve seen some weird things in my life, and this is one of them.”

You can see the tweet below.