Ace Frehley Says It's 50-50 He'll Rejoin KISS

Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley says he, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have rekindled their friendship over the past few years, and he can foresee a situation in which he returns to KISS. 

Stanley sang on Frehley's recent covers album, Origins Vol. 1, and Frehley says Simmons recently came out to one of his shows in Los Angeles. "We hung out all night," said the guitarist in an interview with Brazlian news outlet Kazagastao.

When Frehley was asked about a reunion, he added, "I haven't heard anything, but if I were a betting man, I'd say maybe 50-50. That's good odds."

While Frehley is apparently open to a KISS return, Stanley recently told Billboard he had little interest in the concept, insisting too much time has passed.

"I've played with [drummer] Eric Singer for, I think, 25 years. And [guitarist Tommy Thayer has] been in the band probably 15 years at this point."

But in a world where Axl Rose reunited Guns N' Roses with Slash and Duff McKagan, rumors about KISS reuniting with Ace Frehley aren't going anywhere.

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