BRET MICHAELS Interviewed On 'Lopez Tonight' (Video)

POISON singer Bret Michaels was interviewed on this past Thursday's (November 4) edition of "Lopez Tonight", comedian George Lopez's talk show on TBS. Watch video footage of Bret's appearance below.

"Lopez Tonight", which premiered in November 2009, features audience interaction using a high-energy format. The program airs Monday through Thursday at 11:00 p.m. Eastern/8:00 p.m. Pacific in the United States.

For more information, visit www.lopeztonight.com.

Michaels last week announced something called the "Bret Michaels Super Cruise", set to take place in November 2011. A posting on Michaels' MySpace page reads as follows: "Now is the time to hold your place in line before it goes on sale to the general public, 'Bret Michaels Rock Your World Super Cruise'. Reserve your space now!"

For more information, visit BretMichaelsCruise.com.

Michaels told CMT.com in a September 2010 interview that he is developing another reality show, "Rock Of Love Boat", in which he plans to serve as the "love guru" on a cruise ship as couples work on their relationships. In addition, Michaels said that will release a contemporary country-Americana album in late December or early January tentatively titled "Bret Michaels: Once A Cowboy, Always A Cowboy".

Regarding his new VH1 reality series, "Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It", which follows the singer, his girlfriend Kristi and their two daughters, Raine and Jorja, as Michaels balances his personal and professional life, Bret said, "[it] gives people a sense between what 'Rock of Love' was, where 'Celebrity Apprentice' took me and what my real life with my kids and Kristi is like."

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