I don't know where you put that other than being kind of a rock sound." He's also priming Poison for a summer tour with Def Leppard and Cheap Trick that kicks off June 23 in Camden, N. And he's in the midst of his third VH1 dating show, "Rock of Love Bus with Bret Michaels," which ends April 5.
Michaels has not found lasting love in the first two versions of the show, but he's holding out hope that the third time will be the charm. "I think if you see the show, it's as real as can be.
And It's allowed me to have that much TV exposure, which definitely hasn't hurt.
tape — aside from actual accusations of sexual assault, we've heard NUMEROUS accounts of inappropriate comments!
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The Poison singer later filed a lawsuit against organizers of the Tony Awards over a head injury suffered during a performance on the show that he blamed for causing the brain hemorrhage.
This happened right after the singer got surgery to put two stents into his body.
Not too musky, not too flowery; you'll have to see for yourself.
Bret Michaels, born March 15, 1963, in Butler, Pennsylvania, is the lead singer in the glam-metal band Poison, whose hits include “Talk Dirty to Me” and “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.” In 2007 Michaels emerged as a reality TV star on VH1’s Singer, songwriter, actor, television personality.
Tony Awards organizers denied wrongdoing in the incident, but eventually settled with Michaels after reaching an agreement for an undisclosed amount.
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