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During an appearance on "The Steve Harvey Show" for the series' "Where Are They Now?
In the show, called "Love Camp", Michaels promises to help several young ladies "find the ultimate date, and even better, maybe the ultimate relationship."According to Bret, "Love Camp" "is not just a dating camp," it "is a dating bootcamp. And we'll know who's a serial dater and who's a serious dater," he says.
As for why he is the right guy to dish out advice to women about dating and relationships, Michaels says: "I feel that right now in my life is a great time to have this love camp.
VH1 was a beautiful place for "celebreality" shows in the early 2000s ... Following early successes with "The Surreal Life," "Strange Love" and "Flavor of Love," all starring Flavor Flav, the network tweaked their formula with "Rock of Love" -- which pit 25 beautiful rock fans against each other to win over Bret Michaels' heart.
The Poison frontman would search for his leading lady for three seasons, airing from 2007-2009, but never made it last with any of the winners.
but at the same time, it's really scary." "I was reluctant," he admits. You can try anything, but you gotta have chemistry," he says.
"You're on TV and they've got 25 beautiful women and any mistake you make or line you use is going to be held against you for the rest of your life. " Looking back, Bret says he set the mood for the show as soon as he arrived on set the first night. "That first night, I pulled up on the Harley, took my motorcycle helmet off, 25 beautiful girls.
Once upon a time, Poison frontman Bret Michaels was looking for love in the Celebreality world. Between the flying plates and punches being thrown, the drama made Love & Hip Hop Atlanta look like Masterpiece Theatre.
In the years that have passed the ladies have all but disappeared from the pop culture landscape.
“You know they’re going to show up here with 14 suitcases when you can fit about one.