John Travolta68, shows love for Tommy Lee59, and his band Motley Crue on July 2. The actor attended their concert in Jacksonville, FL and shared a photo and video showing him having fun on his Instagram page. In the snapshot, he hugs Tommy and smiles while wearing a denim jacket, and in the clip, he stands sideways on stage while watching the band rock while he also gives thumbs up to the camera.
“Tommy, thank you for the most wonderful night at Rock‘ n ’Roll. Mötley Crüe at his best. Loved you tons. – JT, ”John captioned the post. Once it was shared, his fans quickly responded with support messages. “Nindot. John … you could have already run on stage and tripped out the whole audience. Actually… you have to go out and do the Pulp Fiction dance… a night to remember, ”one fan joked. “Johnny and Tommy!” another exclaimed, while a third shared, “That’s great 🔥 there’s so much talent out there 👍. ”
John’s latest post about the Motley Crue concert comes after he made headlines for sharing the cuddly photos, which can be seen below, with his children, Ella22, ug Benjamin, 11, on Father’s Day last month. The family is shown sitting on a small plane as they pose and smile for the camera. “It’s a privilege to be a father. I love you my babies. Happy Father’s Day to all, ”wrote the doting dad in the caption of the post.
John raised his children as a single father after the tragic death of his wife Kelly Preston from breast cancer in 2020. She will always share special moments with her children, such as holidays and their birthdays, on her social media account. On Ella’s 22nd birthday on Apr., she posted a video showing them enjoyed high tea in London, England. In the cute clip, they both sit at a table full of delicious looking pastry treats while toasting and drinking their cups of tea while smiling at the camera.
“Happy birthday my dear Ella! I love you so much, ”John’s caption in the video began. “We’re here in England having afternoon tea to celebrate and I’m also here to shoot a short film called,‘ The Shepherd ’based on the book by Frederick Forsyth which I have always loved. ”