NOCTURNE Frontwoman Featured On VH1's 'Rock of Love With Bret Michaels'

Vocalist Lacey Conner of industrial-metal rockers NOCTURNE is currently featured as a cast member of the VH1 "reality" TV show "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels", starring Bret Michaels from POISON.

In a posting on her MySpace page, Lacey writes, "The reason I did the show 'Rock of Love' is basically because I thought it would be fun...simple as that. On the show, I must admit that I gave some of the girls a hard time. I like to shake things up, so to speak, and cause trouble! Haha! But in 'real life,' I love people, and I consider myself to be a compassionate human being who is kind to those who I care about. The show DID end up being a ton of fun to was basically one of those 'crazy life experiences.' And to add to the enjoyment of this experience, Bret truly was a total sweetheart (and a bit of a goofball!)."

Originally hailing from Dallas, Texas (now based out of L.A.), NOCTURNE's "Guide to Extinction" CD has received rave reviews. NOCTURNE has toured the U.S. with the likes of MUSHROOMHEAD, DOPE, PIGFACE, KING DIAMOND, and BILE, and has shared the stage with bands like MINISTRY, the GENITORTURES, XEO3, and OHGR.

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"Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" focuses on the never-before-revealed private side of POISON frontman Bret Michaels. Residing with Michaels in his Los Angeles rock palace, 20 women are tested on their devotion to him and their love and understanding of all that is rock 'n' roll. To help narrow the field, Michaels puts these women through various challenges. The ladies who win these challenges will join Michaels on some wild and exclusive excursions, while those who can't hang like true backstage VIPs will be escorted out in bona fide rock star fashion.

(Thanks: Ian Irizarry)


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