According to a posting on POISON frontman Bret Michaels' official web site, two versions of a new Michaels solo track, "Anymore", will be posted on the site tomorrow (Thursday, March 1). Fans will be given a chance to vote for their favorite, and the winning version will appear on Bret's new solo CD, due later in the year.
As previously reported, Michaels will be looking for love in a new VH1 series from the producers of the network's hit "Flavor of Love".
According to Reuters, the cable network is set to debut a 10-episode reality series titled "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" in July. The show will feature Michaels looking for a woman who can keep up with his rock 'n' roll lifestyle and not become jealous of his one true passion — performing — which is said to be the reason for and destruction of most of his relationships.
The women, who will live with Michaels in his "Los Angeles rock palace," will be put through various challenges in a test of their devotion to him as well as their understanding of everything rock 'n' roll. Those who win these challenges will join Michaels on "wild and exclusive excursions," while "those who can't hang like true backstage VIPs will be escorted out in bona fide rock star fashion," VH1 said.
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