The wife of an iconic rock star posted a dreamy-eyed photo on social media in the early hours Monday after meeting Bill Clinton that set tongues a’wagging.
Shannon Simmons and husband Gene Simmons, the frontman for the band KISS, attended the annual Starkey Hearing Foundation gala in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Sunday, which featured former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
Afterwards, she posted a photo on Twitter of herself lying in bed, looking content, if not somewhat disheveled, and included this caption: “How I feel after talking to President Clinton.”
How I feel after talking to President Clinton 😉 pic.twitter.com/xblU8SniW5
— Mrs ShannonTSimmons (@shannonleetweed) July 27, 2015
She posted the same photo on Instagram, with a more equal opportunity caption about meeting two presidents in one night:
It’s safe to say that Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton would not have been thrilled with the suggestive nature of the photo, given Bill’s reputation — a reputation a few social media users had in mind when responding:
@shannonleetweed Doesn’t help his image you being on a bed.
— Daniel Reid (@chefdann01) July 27, 2015
Additional photos posted by Simmons show her and her husband posing with both former presidents.
Rockin out with Bill! #great night at #starkeyhearingfoundation A photo posted by ShannonLeeTweedSimmons (@shannonleetweedsimmons) on
A photo posted by ShannonLeeTweedSimmons (@shannonleetweedsimmons) on
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