On Rock of Love, Bret Michaels had more sex with desperate groupies than Heidi Montag has had plastic surgery procedures.
As a result, it shouldn't be hard to grasp the controversy surrounding the rocker's duet with 17-year old Miley Cyrus, especially when the lyrics on "Nothing to Lose" include:
We both know better than this/Still we can't resist/Slowly get undressed/Won't you fall down on me/So close I can feel you breathe.
Still, when asked about the scandalous song, Michaels told Us Weekly "it's blown out of proportion." He elaborated, explaining how the duet came about:
"[Miley's] like, 'This is an incredible song, it's beautiful. Maybe I could [add] some stuff to it, some harmonies,'" Bret said. "She was excited that she didn't have to follow any rules."
As for telling a girl that's not yet old enough to vote to "slowly get undressed?"
"I never sat down and said, 'Look at the content. Look at the lyrical content,'" Michaels said. "The part where it says she slowly gets undressed, Miley says, 'Yeah she does.' It has no reference to her and I. It's not even a duet."
In conclusion, the long-haired reality star makes no apologies:
"As God is my witness, there is nothing I have to be defensive about. I'm a good dad. I just thought it was a beautiful song."
It's not bad. We just hope Miley showered multiple times the day they recorded it together.