Great news on the Bret Michaels front today
A week after suffering a brain hemorrhage, the hospitalized rock star is responding positively to tests and treatment. According to the latest message on his website, doctors are optimistic that Michaels will make a full recovery.
"We thank you all for your continued support and outpouring of well wishes for Bret," reads the website posting. "While additional studies are planned throughout the week to hopefully detect the exact cause of the rupture Bret will remain monitored closely by his medical team to make sure no further complications occur."
Not only might Bret be back on his feet shortly, but reps are hoping he'll actually be back on the stage.
"Provided there are no further complications or setbacks," the message continues, he'll resume his Roses & Thorns tour on May 26 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. He might even reschedule the shows this incident caused him to cancel. What a trooper!
A tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd in June and July isn't even out of the question for Michaels, sources say.
If he pulls all this off, we promise to never make fun of Michaels again for singing inappropriate lyrics to a 17-year old. Way to go, Bret!