Lionel Richie: I won't have more kids like Ronnie Wood
Superstar Lionel Richie revealed at 66, he won't have more children in his 60's like rock legend Ronnie Wood
Lionel Richie won't have more children like Ronnie Wood because he isn't a "superhuman" like the rocker.
The 'All Night Long' hitmaker thinks that it's no surprise The Rolling Stones guitarist is expecting twins at the age of 68 with wife Sally - who is 31 years his junior - but admitted he doesn't relish the idea of it for himself.
When asked if the rocker should still be adding to his brood, Lionel quipped: "When you can defy the laws of gravity anyway, of course he can have kids - twins, to be exact.
"If you really want to kill me, give me some more kids! I'm fascinated about life, but I think I'm over the fact that I'd want to have any more kids. I don't think it will happen.
"They have defied it all - life and death. Mick and the boys, they are super-human."
The 66-year-old singer - who is father to adopted daughter Nicole Richie, 34, son Miles, 21, and daughter Sofia, 17 - dates younger blogger Lisa Parigi but happily admits his life is a lot less "rock 'n' roll" than Ronnie's.
He told The Sun newspaper: "With Ronnie, we've come to expect something different anyway. He is living a full rock 'n' roll life. I am very happy for him. I don't think anybody's shocked.
"And by the way, don't attempt to copy anything they do, because you're going to die a thousand times."