Kid Rock says he was joking about running for Senate

Kid Rock performs during the 2010 CMA Music Festival

Kid Rock performs during the 2010 CMA Music Festival

The "All Summer Long" singer told Howard Stern today that he won't actually run for Senate in 2018, calling the proposed run "the worst advice I ever gave myself" as well as "the most creative thing I've ever done".

Kid Rock (left) appeared on Howard Stern's (right) SiriusXM show Tuesday. "Who [exlpetive] couldn't figure that out?" the rock star said to Stern. Bannon's strategy nearly worked with Sarah Palin, did work with Donald Trump, and shows no signs of losing viablilty. "Are you kidding me?"

The most astonishing and/or terrifying takeaway from Ritchie's anticlimactic announcement, though, was the revelations contained therein about which political luminaries had latched on to the nascent, insane idea of Senator Kid Rock with some degree of seriousness. "I'm going on tour, too-which no one's going to print". The Detroit-area rocker has been teasing the public for months. Tickets go on sale November 3, the same day as his next album, Sweet Southern Sugar, is released.

Rock said when he heard the rumors he was running for elected office, his response was, "F-ck it, let's get some signs made".

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Kid Rock, the Detroit rock musician who has flirted publicly with entering the realm of USA politics, isn't abandoning the career that made him famous.

"Sounding exasperated that anyone would believe his repeated deceptions, he told Stern that after someone started the rumor of his run earlier this year, he chose to throw caution to the wind and said: "'Let's get some signs made!' We started going with it". "And I've gotten to see everyone's true colours".

"Hey, I'm a f-ing taxpayer in the f-ing city of Detroit, by the way", he said.

The three polls taken since shown Stabenow winning a general election race by at least eight points.

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