Shannon Gives Her Answer to Gene's Proposal on 'Family Jewels' (VIDEO)

Well the media kind of spoiled the answer on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' (Tue., 10PM ET on A&E), but for those who didn't keep up with the celebrity news, or just wanted to see it go down themselves, we finally got to see Shannon Tweed's response to Gene Simmons' marriage proposal. We have to say it is possibly one of the greatest responses we have ever heard to this question. Tweed said through tears and thick emotion, "Who'd want to marry an a****** like you? You're so stupid."

Gene Simmons and Longtime Girlfriend Shannon Tweed Set Wedding Date

After 28 years and two children, KISS frontman Gene Simmons  and girlfriend  Shannon Tweed are tying the knot. Simmons, 62, and Tweed, 54, will get married on Oct. 1 in Beverly Hills, according to their wedding invitation.   Entertainment Tonight  first reported the news. The invitation was created by the couple's kids,  Nick  and  Sophie . Read More...

'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' returns Oct. 4 - but for how long?

"Gene Simmons Family Jewels" reveals Shannon Tweed's answer to Gene Simmon's proposal in new episodes.

'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' Season Finale Hits Series High

Tuesday night’s sixth season finale of A&E’s  Gene Simmons Family Jewels , with the former KISS member  proposing to longtime girlfriend   Shannon Tweed , drew a series high. The episode became the show’s most-watched telecast of all-time with 3 million viewers and in the ad-coveted adults 18-49 (1.7 million) and 25-54 demographics (1.9 million). Read More...

Gene Simmons Proposes To Longterm Girlfriend Shannon Tweed

Rocker Gene Simmons has proposed to his girlfriend of 28 years, Shannon Tweed. The KISS frontman and the model are parents to 22-year-old son Nicholas and 18-year-old daughter Sophie, and have li...

Shannon Tweed Has Perhaps Too Much Fun at the Dead Sea on 'Family Jewels' (VIDEO)

While the Simmons family was clearly having fun on their visit to the Dead Sea on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' (Tue., 10PM ET on A&E), son Nick seemed to be having an equally enjoyable and traumatizing experience. This is because his mother, Shannon Tweed, was having a fantastic time. First, she liberally applied a rejuvenating mud all over her body. Nick joined in the fun, putting some on his face like warpaint and running down the beach. But he returned to find papa Gene Simmons rubbing the mud on Shannon's posterior ... without the cover of her swimsuit.

Gene Simmons Breaks Down at His Father's Grave on 'Family Jewels' (VIDEO)

This week, Shannon Tweed set up a very special surprise on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' (Tue., 10PM ET on A&E). She took Simmons and their son back to his home country of Israel, a place he hadn't been to since he was seven years old. While there, they got a chance to visit his father's grave, which brought up a whole world of regret for Simmons. Not only had he never visited his father -- though he did send him money -- he barely knew anything about him or the rest of his family. Simmons broke down in tears as a letter his father had written to him was read at the graveside, thanking him for the money he'd sent and complimenting his children and "woman." He said of Tweed that she must be "one of the most beautiful in the world."

Gene Simmons Working On Repairing His Relationship With Shannon Tweed

Rocker Gene Simmons has confessed his longtime relationship with model Shannon Tweed is in tatters as he attempts to mend years of infidelity The couple fell out during the filming of the latest ...

Quick Look: The roller coaster continues on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels'

A quick look at the double episode ("KISS Your Family Goodbye" and "You Only Hurt the Ones You Love") of "Gene Simmons Family Jewels."

Gene Simmons Admits He Needs To Grow Up on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

Gene Simmons admitted it was time to grow up and avoid the temptations of the rock and roll lifestyle on Monday's episode of 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). After a week in which his long-running relationship with Shannon Tweed fell apart on national TV, first on 'Today' and then on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels,' Simmons made a public plea to win Tweed back. "For the record," he said, "I love Shannon Tweed. I want to work this out. There's no chance of me ever running out on my kids or Shannon. I will do anything I can to make sure I finally grow up and be a man." Wayne Brady was also a guest on the show, and said it was a big deal for Simmons to come out and say that publicly, instead of displaying some sort of hyped up bravado. "I applaud you," he said. Time will tell if the man who wrote 'Calling Dr. Love' is willing to call a relationship counselor.