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After winning season three of the Donald Trump-hosted reality show Celebrity Apprentice in 2010 for a Snapple marketing pitch, Michaels donated his 0,000 prize to the American Diabetes Association.Most notably, though, Michaels was the star of VH1 reality dating show gold Rock of Love, in which three seasons of women vied for the coveted role of Michaels' girlfriend by competing in various challenges. " Michaels would say at the end of each episode, before draping the coveted VIP backstage pass over the head of a number of boxed-blonde hopefuls and dismissing a contestant, which often erupted into post-ceremony mayhem and cat fights.I think that that also keeps me positive and keeps me fighting.MT: Is there a connection between your experiences and your gratitude? I am extremely grateful to the fans, to family, to my friends. I love that I get to do this, and I'm thankful that I get to do this and thankful I get to do it for so long. The music is my main love, and then you look at the reality TV shows, and then there's being able to take creative energy and make it into something. But where it doesn't change, for me, I still pick up the acoustic guitar.
Bret Michaels: I do have a connection to some family there and it's It's always an amazing show. It's a good time of the year to come there and I get the best of both worlds because I get to go out to DTE Energy Music Theatre in the summer and come back.
When [Poison] started, the first couple times through [Detroit] we played places like Harpos and a venue called, I think it was called the Ritz.
We played our first time ever there at a place called Blondie's.
It's about keeping a positive mindset and being able to go on stage is actually very healthy for me, you know, going out there and ripping it up and having a great time.
Some of the stuff that's happened throughout my life with the brain hemorrhage and the stuff with the kidneys, these were just things that had to be dealt with.
As you're playing a song like "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," it evolves into so many different phases of your life, but to still look out there and watch people singing that song, the arenas lit up, the venues lit up, people are singing along like one big awesome karaoke, everyone's got their hands in the air, that — that never gets old.