Bret Michaels might want to at least try to keep up the pretense that he's on a quest for true love (although not even those auditioning for a spot on the third season of his reality competition buy into the idea). Despite the fact that Rock of Love Bus starts filming next month, Bret claims to still be in love with season two winner Ambre Lake. We weren't aware he had genuine feelings for her in the first place, but we'll go with it:
I still love her. I???m not really over her yet. We still hang. She was just out with me a couple days ago and we were having a great time. She???s really got it. I think she???s great. … The reason for destruction of all my relationships is that I???m passionate about being on the road and making music.
Basically, what's he saying is that he is in no way, shape or form ready for any type of serious relationship. So be sure to tune in next season!
And here I thought it was just because he won't take off that damned bandana!
She looks like she's going to eat his face. Maybe that's why it didn't work?
It looks like he's kissing a dude.
Nothing turns me on more than a guy who still hangs out with an ex that he's still in love with.
I think he wears the bandana because of scalp transplant gone awry. Some poor golden retriever is walking around with a bald ass so Brett could have something to strap those cheap extensions onto.
Season Three of the Skanks.
I can't wait!!!!!
How desperate can some women be?
Wait - is Bret Michaels still making music?
We women are dumb. Right before I was about to unzip this dude in college and engage in shallow oral sex, he said, 'I'm not a very nice or interesting person.' I thought his widdle self-esteem was suffering, so I told him he was wrong and then got him off. After that he had no use for me, avoided my calls, and ignored me. He was totally right, I was wrong, and I guess I got what was coming to me (ha ha) because I didn't believe the truth he was spewing. Brett says he's got no time and passion for a relationship, he's speaking the truth. Anyone who believes otherwise is dumb like me, a famewhore, or both.
Yeah, this is an oft-used trick employed by people who are trying to get off with no strings attached - and it's pretty clever. I'm sort of left wondering every time I hear something like this, Is this person thinking "What a clever trick I'm playing," or "Wow! I just explained, in the simplest terms possible and with complete honesty, that I'm not worth this person's time or energy in getting me off, and I still got what I wanted!"
If loving Rock of Love is wrong, I don't want to be right.
Bring on the skank brigade! Woohoo! I can't wait!