Storm Large, Magni, house band fired from Rock Star Supernova tour

Rock Star: Supernova contestants Storm Large and Magni have been fired from the new group’s tour. The show’s ever-popular house band will also not be appearing, although Toby Rand and Dilana will apparently still perform.

This is according to a message Storm posted on her web site, where she admits that she does not yet have “official word,” but says that “financial reasons” are to blame:

“though I STILL haven’t gotten official word from the RSSN camp , it seems the HB , Magni and myself have been unceremoniously bumped off the tour for financial reasons . They SAY it’s financial , but I know what REALLY went down …. I clearly haven’t slept with enough people . I thought I got all of em’ but a few were kinda squirrely and escaped my lusty grip . DANG IT !! Dave Navarro called me to get the scoop , even HE didn’t know what the heck was going on.”

Storm does add, however, that fans “should still show your support , don’t dis … Toby and Dilana , The Panic Channel and the RSSN guys are my friends and they didn’t make this happen.”

The tour news section of the show’s web site says nothing, nor does it specify who will be participating. The tour starts New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas.

Rumors and facts [StormLarge.com]

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