BRET MICHAELS Says He Is Not 'Defensive About' Raunchy MILEY CYRUS Song

POISON singer Bret Michaels has told UsMagazine.com that he has nothin' to apologize for about "Nothin' to Lose", his new song featuring Miley Cyrus. In the country-rock ballad that went online Thursday (hear audio below), Cyrus, 17, harmonizes as Michaels, 46, croons about a bad romance: "We both know better than this/Still we can't resist/Slowly get undressed." In the sensual chorus, they sing together: "Won't you fall down on me/So close I can feel you breathe."

In an exclusive interview Friday, Michaels told UsMagazine.com he's gotten "75 texts" about the scandal that blazed the web late Thursday. "I was like, 'What the f*ck is going on?' Everyone's going nuts!"

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