Now a bonafide country music legend, Kenny Rogers has revealed that in the past he was much more rock and roll than you might expect, with his newly published memoirs exposing his bad boy past.
In the new book, Luck or Something Like It, Roger has admitted that he enjoyed dabbling in the occasional drink and drugs party, as well as becoming embroiled in his fair share of sex scandal, particularly the one occasion in the early 90's when Rogers was accused by three different women to have conned them into playing phone sex games with him. He also divulges on his plastic surgery, something he admitted to having back in 2006, and admits that at the time he was less than pleased with the results.
But the auto-biography is not all scandals and gossip, with Kenny charting his life from being born in Depression-era Texas to an alcoholic father, before finding music and eventually becoming one of the biggest selling stars of all time. Rogers had previously told Fox News that he could have filled the book with his sordid affairs, but his co-author Patsi Bale Cox, who died last year, insisted that he had no reason to fill it with gossip when he had more than enough positive material to fill the book.