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  • Bret Michaels Is Suing the Tony Awards

    Posted Mar 25th 2011 at 07:15 PM by Tracey Harrington McCoy

    Bret Michaels almost died last year of a brain hemorrhage--and the Poison singer thinks the extreme condition was due to an injury sustained while performing at the 2009 Tony Awards. Michaels filed a lawsuit against Tony Award Productions and CBS in L.A. County Superior Court on Friday, reports TMZ.com. He is asking for unspecified damages. Michaels was hit in the head by a piece of the set ...

  • Miley Cyrus' Cover of 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' to Be Released as Single

    Posted Mar 18th 2011 at 10:15 AM by Sarah Crow

    Much to the delight of everyone who loves hearing teenage girls cover '80s power ballads, Miley Cyrus' highly anticipated cover of Poison's 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' may yet see the light of day. The release of the single was delayed after tabloid reports surfaced that Poison frontman Bret Michaels was having an affair with Miley's mother, Tish, allegedly a contributing factor in her split fro...

  • The Strangest Celebrity Endorsements and Some We'd Like to See

    Posted Feb 15th 2011 at 02:05 PM by Sarah Crow

    Celebrity endorsements are as profitable as they are plentiful and these days, it seems as if eveyone's in on the action. While some promotional deals are obvious fits, like Nicki Minaj's recent 'Pink Friday' lipstick collaboration with MAC, there are many that leave us scratching our heads. Even for Hollywood's reigning queens of self-promotion, the Kardashian sisters, some products seem li...

  • Bret Michaels Has Post-Surgery Health Scare

    Posted Feb 1st 2011 at 07:30 AM by Kelly Fisher

    Rocker Bret Michaels suffered a minor health scare following heart surgery, according to PEOPLE. The 'Rock of Love' star's blood pressure dropped dramatically, which is a significant cause of concern, but his doctors have determined the cause, and Michaels is fine. "Bret suffered no setbacks and is fine," said Dr. Mansour Assar, an interventional cardiologist. "It's always good for patients ...


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