POISON Frontman BRET MICHAELS' 'Rock Of Love' Trailer Available
A five-minute trailer for POISON frontman Bret Michaels' upcoming "reality" TV show "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" — a 10-part reality series premiering in July on VH1 in which 25 single women (photo) vie to win Bret's heart — is available for viewing at YouTube. Video footage of the casting for "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" can be seen here. Included is one girl's tale of her brush with sex slavery. Another talks about a 10-person orgy she took part in. There's also a PTA member who can make her boobs move independently, and a tatted-up mom who goes into detail about what she calls her "midget fetish."
An extended cut of the "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" theme, "Go That Far", set to a montage of POISON frontman Bret Michaels' onstage antics, pieced together by Michaels himself, is available for viewing/listening at this location.
A new audio interview with Bret Michaels, conducted by Tori Thomas of 95.1 WZZO in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has been posted online in two parts at this location. Michaels talks about the band's current tour, his reality TV show, and he also chimed in on the pending lawsuit between MÖTLEY CRÜE and its management over bad career advice/reality TV shows.
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