Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland Lands DIY Network Home Renovation Show
Yes, he plays a mean guitar, but did you know that Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland is quite handy around the house? So handy, in fact, that he and his significant other, Carre Callaway of the band Queen Kwong, have landed their very own home renovation show for the DIY Network.
The show is titled American Rehab: Motor City and the couple have been documenting their adventures in renovating a house they purchased in Detroit. The footage will be used in the upcoming series, that's expected to hit the air this winter on the DIY Network.
Borland has been posting several short clips on his Instagram account. Of particular interest is one video in which a goggled Borland is shown staining a door close in color to the makeup he's often used onstage with Limp Bizkit. "You know I've had stain and Polyurethane splash up into my eyeballs, so I just wear safety goggles for everything now," reveals the musician. Check out some of the videos below.
As for his regular gig, Limp Bizkit have been working on an album called Stamped of the Disco Elephants for a couple of years now. Though the disc was rumored to be in the final stages of production earlier in the year, an official release date for the effort has yet to be announced. The band is set to resume touring in late October, playing shows in Russia. Dates can be found here.
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