VH1 unveils the first "New Year, New You" transformation on New Year's Day with the premiere of "Remaking", a series of specials that is dedicated to improving the careers and lives of artists through various forms of transformation.
MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil is the first artist to "face the music" on VH1's "Remaking: Vince Neil" premiering on Saturday, January 1 at 9PM ET/PT. Throughout the hour-long special Neil will undergo a facelift, work out with a personal trainer and most importantly, kick his drinking habit. Following his physical transformation, Neil will then team up with some of the music industry's top producers to record a new single, "Promise Me", proving that true music legends never die.
Throughout each special, every artist will go through 90 days of hands-on interaction with a specially selected team of experts who will take them through the sometimes comic, emotional, but always intense transformation which could involve anything from therapy to plastic surgery, exercise, style renovation or musical reinvention. Upcoming episodes include Taylor Dayne and Vanilla Ice.
For more information on VH1's "Remaking: Vince Neil" and upcoming episodes, click here.
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