In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, POISON singer and "Rock of Love" star Bret Michaels shared the story of his most rock-star moment ever, involving swan-diving naked into a fountain that was only a few inches deep, offered up some advice for up-and-coming bands, and weighed in on Kid Rock's fight with Tommy Lee at the MTV Video Music Awards. Bret boasted, "All I know is I was the first rocker to get Pam." Watch the clip at this location.

Bret Michaels recently took his show on the road to entertain U.S. troops. Performing some of his chart-topping singles such as "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" and "Somethin' to Believe In", as well as new solo material from his upcoming album "Custom Built", Bret brought good-time rock and roll to military personnel stationed throughout Southwest Asia.

After returning from his jaunt to Iraq, Michaels is busy in preparation for "Rock of Love 2".

The season finale of "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" attracted 5.4 million total viewers and was also the #1 program on cable for the night.

In addition, notorious for throwing the wild parties, Michaels will ring in 2008 with his "Rock of Love"-style New Year's Eve event at the Myth in Maplewood, MN. Rock's most eligible bachelor will headline the affair which will also be filmed for VH1.


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