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Alice Cooper 'turned down sexual advances from Raquel Welch'

New York, April 8 : Dick Wagner has revealed that Alice Cooper once ignored the advances of Raquel Welch when she threw herself at him.


According to a memoir - 'Not Only Women Bleed'- by the guitarist, the incident occurred when Wagner and Cooper were in Miami in 1976 for Super Bowl weekend, and Welch was performing at the Fontainebleau, the New York Daily reported.

"We were invited up to her suite. I sensed something was going on . . . at least in Raquel's mind," Wagner writes.

He wrote that he advised his pal that he got to do it at least one time for all their horny friends in the world, but Cooper had a propensity towards being faithful to his then girlfriend t- 19-year-old dancer on his tour, Sheryl Goddard.

Wagner recalls thinking Cooper was "crazy not to allow himself to be seduced."

He revealed that when he and the 65-year-old were playing golf at the Doral Country Club the next day, Welch even popped up, pleading Cooper to make her his caddy, but the singer made a rather boisterous exit.

--ANI (Posted on 08-04-2013)

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