Tommy Lee Smokes Cigarette Through Nose As Wife Tries To Make Him Quit


Tommy Lee Smokes Cigarette Through Nose As Wife Tries To Make Him Quit

Brittany Furlan has offered an insight into getting her husband Tommy Lee to quit smoking - and it looks like it could be tricky, as she shared a clip of him puffing on a cigarette through his nose. Watch here:


In the video shared on TikTok, the Mötley Crüe drummer can be seen puffing on a cig through his hooter, much to his other half's dismay.

Captioning the clip, actor Brittany said: "This is a petition to get @tommylee to quit."


Well, I hate to break it to ya, Brittany, but I can't help but feel a signature from every human on Earth wouldn't put an end to this habit.

This view has been echoed in the comments on the video, which was been viewed more than five million times.

One person said: "Girl that main ain't never quitting."

Another commented: "He ain't ever quitting. Look at him."


A third added: "I mean he is Tommy Lee..."

You get the idea.

Tommy, 58, has almost definitely been smoking longer than fourth wife Brittany has been alive, so getting him to quit will be no mean feat.

Fair play to her for trying though.


You never know, perhaps the old dog could learn a new trick. Quitting is no mean feat, but a poll last summer suggested that one million smokers in the UK had managed to pack it in since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The poll, which was conducted by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH, get it?) revealed that 7.6 percent of the 10,000 people surveyed had stopped smoking between the months of April and June.

When extrapolated out to the general population, that would be represent the biggest drop in smokers in a decade.


More than 40 percent of respondents said they'd stopped as a result of the pandemic - not least because smokers are thought to be at greater risk of having severe symptoms after falling victim to the virus.

You wouldn't get great odds on Tommy quitting. Credit: PA
You wouldn't get great odds on Tommy quitting. Credit: PA

The survey also discovered more young people are quitting, too - which is definitely good news.

Seventeen percent of people aged between 17 and 29 years old were found to have quite smoking during the first months of the pandemic.


Added to that, five percent of over-50s had knocked fags on the head. Unfortunately, no data was collected on heavy metal rockers in this age group.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Brittany Furlan

Topics: Viral, Celebrity, Music, cigarette, tiktok

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