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Gene Simmons and wife Shannon Tweed stock up on groceries at Erewhon

Gene Simmons and wife Shannon Tweed stock up on groceries at Erewhon in Los Angeles… after selling their Las Vegas mansion for $13.5M


After selling their Las Vegas mansion for a cool $13.5 million on Thursday, Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed stocked up on groceries.

The 72-year-old KISS frontman and his 64-year-old wife were spotted getting groceries at Erewhon Supermarket in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon.

Their outing came just after it was reported that they found a buyer for their Las Vegas mansion, to the tune of $13.5 million. 

Stocking up: After selling their Las Vegas mansion for a cool $13.5 million on Thursday, Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed stocked up on groceries

Simmons was sporting a black t-shirt under a black hoodie with a plain black baseball cap.

He also stayed safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic with a black face mask covering his mouth and nose, while he walked to his vehicle. 

The singer and bass player completed his look  with black sweat pants and black sneakers for the grocery outing.

Gene's look: Simmons was sporting a black t-shirt under a black hoodie with a plain black baseball cap

Gene’s look: Simmons was sporting a black t-shirt under a black hoodie with a plain black baseball cap

His wife Tweed stepped out in a mustard yellow sweatshirt with her hair pulled back for the outing.

She also wore a black face mask covering her mouth and nose  with blue pants as she pushed her cart full of groceries.

The outing came just after it was reported by TMZ that the couple accepted a $13.5 million offer on their Las Vegas mansion.

Mansion: The outing came just after it was reported by TMZ that the couple accepted a $13.5 million offer on their Las Vegas mansion

Mansion: The outing came just after it was reported by TMZ that the couple accepted a $13.5 million offer on their Las Vegas mansion

Simmons was asking for nearly $15 million originally but he slashed the price by $1.45 million for the new buyer.

The rocker thought it was his dream home, though his family didn’t quite agree with him.

‘They’re not gonna put up with the heat, and down the street, there’s strippers and stuff like that. They don’t wanna deal with any of that,’ Simmons said last year.

Slashed: Simmons was asking for nearly $15 million originally but he slashed the price by $1.45 million for the new buyer

Slashed: Simmons was asking for nearly $15 million originally but he slashed the price by $1.45 million for the new buyer

‘I’d like to meet the person that’s gonna wind up buying the place because I don’t wanna just hand it over to some knucklehead. I want you to enjoy it and have a good life,’ he said.

Simmons’ six-bedroom and eight-bathroom Vegas home has a much more modern feel than the Beverly Hills home he sold in September thanks to its angular exterior covered in floor-to-ceiling windows.

Visitors coming to the mansion will pass over an eye-catching floating entryway that passes over a soothing koi pond.

Meet: 'I'd like to meet the person that's gonna wind up buying the place because I don't wanna just hand it over to some knucklehead. I want you to enjoy it and have a good life,' he said

Meet: ‘I’d like to meet the person that’s gonna wind up buying the place because I don’t wanna just hand it over to some knucklehead. I want you to enjoy it and have a good life,’ he said

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