Bret Michaels is the lead singer of Poison. But that's barely even what he's known for at this point. Michaels has made a name for...
Bret Michaels to Miley Cyrus: Mega Congrats!
Add Bret Michaels to the list of people happy for Miley Cyrus.
In the wake of this singer announcing her engagement to Liam Hemsworth, the rocker - who collaborated with Miley in 2010 on a duet of "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" - tells E! News that Cyrus is "one of the coolest people" and:
Bret Michaels and Donald Trump to Team Up for Reality Show?
They worked together on Celebrity Apprentice, with Bret Michaels taking home the grand prize.
Now, sources tell The New York Post that this rocker and Donald Trump may team up for another reality TV experience: Something To Believe In, which woud feature Michaels traveling across the country and assisting those under adverse conditions.
Bret Michales Files Lawsuit Against the Tony Awards
It's one of the funniest videos on record. But, to Bret Michaels, what happened in June 2009 is no laughing matter.
The rocker took to the Tony Awards' stage two years ago, sang alongside the Rock of Ages cast - and then knocked himself silly against a piece of scenery. Relive the dangerous/unfortunate/hilarious incident below:
Bret Michaels to Release Miley Cyrus Duet
We haven't heard the last from Brett Michaels and Miley Cyrus.
The artists recorded a duet of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" last year, only for the release of it to be suspended because rumors of an affair between Bret and Miley's mother, Tish, flooded the Internet.
Another Health Scare for Bret Michaels
Bret Michaels is okay. Let's get that important piece of information out there.
But the rocker did undergo yet another health scare last week, suffering through a massive drop in blood pressure in the days following his recent heart surgery. The cause was quickly determined, however, and Michaels is "fine," reports Dr. Mansour Assar.
Bret Michaels Receives Positive Prognosis, Heads Home
Following surgery on Monday to prevent abnormal blood flow within his his heart, Bret Michaels is now resting comfortably at home.
"Bret's procedure had excellent results," said Dr. Mansour Assar, the cardiologist at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center who operated on Michaels. "Because of the successful outcome and Bret's determination, I believe he will be able to return to normal activity within weeks."