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Paul Stanley Got the COVID-19 Vaccine: ‘So Grateful and Thrilled’

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Paul Stanley attends 'Paul Stanley And His Fine Art' at Wentworth Gallery on Feb. 9, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Paul Stanley has the green light to rock ‘n’ roll all night. He just got his second COVID-19 shot.

The founding KISS singer and rhythm guitarist took to Twitter to share his vaccination news, and encouraged others to roll up their sleeves. “So grateful and thrilled. please, let's ALL stay safe as possible and continue to watch out for each other,” he wrote.

The 69-year-old old Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inductee has kept match-fit during the pandemic.

“The best way to be in shape is to be in shape, and once you get there, stay there,” Stanley recently told Variety. “Once you have that momentum, it’s much easier to maintain than to create.”

KISS’ 20th and most recent studio album Monster peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 following its release in 2012.

Stanley and Co. were elevated into the Rock Hall in 2014, in a class that also included Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates and Linda Ronstadt.