BRET MICHAELS: 'Behind The Music' Episode To Re-Air Tonight

In the five days since POISON singer Bret Michaels was admitted to the hospital after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage, over 400 fans have left well-wishes for Bret in the comments section of the VH1 Bret Michaels blog. As a way to show its collective support for Bret as he valiantly fights to recover, VH1 will be airing a selection of reader comments during its special re-airing of Bret's "Behind The Music" this Thursday, April 29 at 11 p.m.

If you would like to share your sentiments about Bret with everyone who'll be watching his "Behind The Music" episode, all you have to do is leave a comment here sometime before this special broadcast airs tonight. VH1 will be combing through all of the comments and picking a selection of them to run during the episode.


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