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Slash's wife has responded to Axl Rose's interview on the Jimmy Kimmel show - and needless to say, she didn't especially enjoy the chat.
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She joked: "I was waiting for something enlightening and all I got was promotion for a show and his evident affinity for a chili burger." Slash and Perla Hudson at the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Award Show Slash and Rose were the two most iconic faces of Guns 'N' Roses in their early 90s heyday.
But the pair had a high profile bust-up in the mid-90s.
After a hastily recorded cover of Rolling Stones classic 'Sympathy for the Devil', and the addition of a new rhythm guitarist without Slash's consent- he left the band in 1996.
Slash was replaced by Nine Inch Nails guitarist, Robin Finck.
He went on to form hard-rock five-piece Velvet Revolver with fellow band-mates Duff Mc Kagan and Matt Sorum. Long live Axl Rose." During the interview Axl Rose also introduced the latest Guns 'N' Roses line-up, including current lead guitarists Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal and DJ Ashba.
Hudson summed up her reaction to the interview by saying: "Where is the love Axl? The Hollywood studio where the Kimmel interview was filmed is just minutes from the studio where Guns 'N' Roses began recording in the mid 1980s.When Rose was asked if he ever thought about the days of recording there with Slash and the original line-up he replied "not in a while." The host responded by questioning whether the singer could even remember the recordings."Unfortunately", he answered- a response that will undoubtedly do nothing to ease tensions between the ex-bandmates.Despite the venomous relationship between Rose and Slash, the current Guns 'N' Roses line-up continue to play hits such as 'Welcome to the Jungle' and 'Paradise City'- which were written by the former guitarist.See Axl Rose surprise the Jimmy Kimmel audience with Guns 'N' Roses tickets and a free burger below.Love him or hate him; Axl Rose is an illustrious but controversial figure in the world of rock.