Extreme sports, rock music and plenty of debauchery are incorporated into Rock of Love.
The Poison front man explained why he decided to put his dating life on display, why he thinks his show is different than other dating series, and how it's going with the woman who won his heart this season.
He wrote, directed and starred in the independent film A Letter from Death Row and directed Sheen in the film No Code of Conduct.
For the most part, Michaels has unrelentingly focused on his music, continuing to record and tour with Poison band mates C. Deville, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall, as well as write and record solo music.
Sure, you wouldn’t want to sit by her in science class or anything, but as far as reality TV goes, she was gold.
Season 2 winner Ambre Lake, who briefly dated Michaels after the finale, admits that it’s tough being with a rock star.
I didn't like it, but at least it was pretty straightforward and the women were being honest about their sexual desires (even if, to me, those desires seemed misplaced).
I think that's why I feel so grossed out by the insidious sexual morality tale of the finale, because the reason I've been drawn to Rock of Love Bus is that (up until now) it's been one of the few shows on television that didn't ask women to apologize for our sexuality.“Kristi will always be in his life and he’ll always love her. With a twenty year run as lead singer of the band Poison, Bret Michaels is one of the most enduring rock musicians of the past two decades.TV critics will tell you that we’re in the “Golden Age of Television” right now, bolstered by shows like “The Sopranos,” “The Wire” and “Breaking Bad.”The critical consensus is that perhaps for the first time television programming has more artistic merit than cinema.It’s hard to argue that point when “Twin Peaks” and “Better Call Saul” are on TV screens while garbage like “Baywatch,” “Alien: Covenant” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” are in theaters.You throw a good party, you can hold half a conversation and still got a few brain cells left [ TVGuide.com: With two young daughters, do you have reservations about doing such a risqué show?