Michaels’ “Celebrity Apprentice” boss Donald Trump seems to think that another “Rock of Love” would be a good idea. Well, until a fourth “Rock of Love” happens, you can check out Bret Michaels suiting up for the boardroom on “Celebrity Apprentice,” which kicks off with a two-hour season premiere on Sunday, March 14 on NBC at 9 p.m. Follow Zap2it Hanh on Twitter, Zap2it on Twitter and Facebook for the latest movies, TV and celeb news Related: ‘Celebrity Apprentice’: Miley Cyrus gets Donald Trump’s approval, so is she hired?
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'I'm just loving every day.'And he had some advice for the new American Idol, Lee De Wyze.'Make sure you love what you do,' Michaels said.
Murray served in the Marine Corps, was a professional wrestler, reportedly used to drink up to a half gallon of Jim Beam a day, and did coke with Kid Rock.
Bret Michaels is all business when it comes to the third season of “The Celebrity Apprentice”; so much so that he’s not quite forthcoming about his love life. 1 show for VH1 three years in a row,” Michaels said on a conference call.
Usually seen wearing his trademark bandanas and cowboy hats, Bret Michaels became a rock icon as the frontman of Poison, one of the biggest hair metal bands of the 1980s.
He has also recently become a reality television star with .
Take episode two of season one, in which the girls compete in a phone-sex competition while Bret’s dick is hooked up to a penile plethysmograph that measures the blood flow to his penis.