Ted Nugent On Shemane: ‘She’s The Queen Of The Bathtub’


Veteran musician Ted Nugent talked about how lucky he feels to be with his wife Shemane Nugent by calling her ‘the queen of the bathtub’ and he expressed his endless love for her by saying that he will always love her during his recent Facebook live stream.

As you may know, Ted Nugent and Shemane Deziel met and fell in love with each other when Ted joined an interview on Detroit’s WLLZ-FM where Deziel worked in the news department. The couple tied the knot on January 21, 1989, and since then they have been pursuing a caring and supportive relationship. Previously they celebrated the 32nd anniversary of their happy marriage.

Ted Nugent has always talked about his wife Shemane by praising her skills as a writer and fitness instructor along with her remarkable physical appearance. Shemane Nugent still has a look of a young and sportive woman in spite of her age and her husband Nugent has been regarded as one of the luckiest men alive for being married to such a perfect woman.

Nugent described his wife as ‘the queen of the forest’ and ‘queen of the bathtub’ in which he snorkels, referring to their amazing sexual intercourses in his Facebook live stream. Also, Nugent stated he knows he is lucky to have Shemane and he reflected his love and affection for his wife emphasizing that he was taken over by her and will love her until the end of his life.

In Nugent’s words, he said:

“I’m hoping to join a team including Shemane Nugent. God bless Mrs. Nugent. Everybody says ‘you know you’re lucky.’ I know that I’m lucky. She is the queen of the forest and she is the queen of the bathtub and I snorkel. It’s legal because we’re married.

By the way, I took my wedding ring off because it was clamping. Everybody knows I’m married. It’s over and over. Teddy was taken over. Shemane, I love you baby… I’ll love you forever.”

As it can be understood from Ted Nugent’s statement, he is still deeply in love with his wife Shemane and it is clear that the couple will feel as happy as their first days while celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage.