Nashville, TN, quartet Kings of Leon have become rock'n'roll megastars. And with the glitz and glamour comes a downside of public success -- stalkers!
"It's getting crazy going home to Nashville now. I'm having to sell my house because they've put it on some celebrity homes' map," Caleb Followill told Brit newspaper The Sun. "There are kids from the UK who go to Nashville and leave me presents. My cousin, who looks after the house, hides them from me -- he said I'd be scared."
And the gifts aren't your run-of-the-mill teddy bears or women's underwear. "The other day I was there and left the house for a second, and when I got back there were four playing cards, four kings, with all of our names on them in the door," he said, before explaining that fans are even renting nearby apartments to spy on the band.
"We've got a farm in the middle of nowhere. It's so hard to find," drummer Nathan Followill added. "But we pulled up and by the mailbox were two girls in go-go boots, little outfits, just waiting."
Looks like the southern boys set someone's sex on fire.