BRET MICHAELS's 18-Year-Daughter Rocks New SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Swimsuit Issue

BRET MICHAELS's 18-Year-Daughter Rocks New SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Swimsuit Issue

Bret Michaels's eldest daughter, 18-year-old Raine Michaels, is featured in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit magazine, on newsstands everywhere this Wednesday, May 8.

Raine, who has been named to the Top 6 contestants in SI's Swim Search, is currently headed for Miami, Florida to partake in the magazine's "SI Swimsuit On Location" event May 10-11.

The theme for the 56th installment of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is "Shattering Perceptions." The issue continues to redefine the cultural conversation around beauty by celebrating a diverse group of women who include: three returning cover models, seven world-renowned athletes, four mothers, six rookies, six model search contestants and two female cover photographers who collectively round out this impressive group of motivational and aspirational women.

"I'm so appreciative to SI for this opportunity and thankful to everyone for their continued support," said Raine. "All of the girls are amazing and we cheer each other on."

At the same time, her father continues his "Unbroken" U.S. tour. His new single "Unbroken", which was co-written by and features youngest daughter Jorja Bleu Michaels, is available now at digital music retailers everywhere. The song's inspirational music video features military veteran hero and ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" alum Noah Galloway.

Following his performance at Coachella Valley's Stagecoach country music festival, Bret stated: "As a father, it is awesome to see Raine and Jorja carve out their own paths through hard work. Putting in the work equals real results and I couldn't be more proud."

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