The Las Vegas Informer reports that the couple celebrated at the N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms Casino Resort. So few things happen in Fargo, North Dakota that when Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and his new model gilrfriend, supermodel Jessica Miller come into town, it's a big news story.
Not to get all TMZ on you here, but the dude was married to Connie Nielsen and I guess they got divorced recently. In the interest of being gossip queens, let's take a look back at Lars three known relationships…
This is Jessica Miller, the girl who he is currently schtupping. Actress Connie Nielsen (Gladiator, The Devil's Advocate) who he dated for most of the 2000's after his second divorce.
It's not leading-edge like THE BEATLES, Miles Davis or Jimi Hendrix." METALLICA has shows booked in China, Singapore, Denmark, Mexico and South America over the next three months, but has yet to unveil its full 2017 tour plans, including its first North American tour in eight years.
A big congratulations to Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, who recently got engaged to his model girlfriend Jessica Miller.
The concert and album had a considerable impact on Ulrich, inspiring the start of his career in rock and roll and later heavy metal.
It’s very, very, very, very, very, very, very unlikely that there will ever be a version of Metallica which does not include Lars Ulrich (especially if the rumor that he owns the band’s name is true).
His paternal grandfather was professional tennis player Einer Ulrich.
His paternal grandmother, Ulla Meyer, was from a Jewish family; as a result, Ulrich's grandfather was persecuted by the Nazis during World War II.
Lars's first wife was Debbie Jones who he met in England in 1988.
The couple divorced two years later "due to Ulrich's constant absence during the recording of The Black Album." .
And there's a danger of younger artists coming close to extinction." But Ulrich also argued that streaming or any other music delivery service won't accomplish anything if the music itself isn't up to par, explaining: "I connect less because there's less great new music to connect with.