Bret Michaels suffered minor injuries after his tour bus hit a group of deer early Friday morning, Celebuzz reports.
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"Except for some bumps and bruises I am thankful there were no serious injuries," Michaels told the site. "It is unfortunate for the deer, but thankfully due to modern RV technology and a steel firewall we are all okay. I have every intention to make tonight's show in Biloxi and the tour will continue."
Well-known bandanna enthusiast Bret Michaels — front man of Poison, former reality-show Lothario, Celebrity Apprentice champion and composer of drunk-girl karaoke classic "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" — hardly seems like the kind of guy who'd get excited talking about RV countertops.
Enough of Gary Busey and his ridiculousness. It's time for the Celebrity Apprentice competition to really begin.
Vanilla Ice is coming back to the small screen — and this time, he'll be hanging out with the Amish.
The rapper's new DIY reality series Vanilla Ice Goes Amish, in which he learns crafting from Amish people, will premiere later this year, the network announced Tuesday at Scripps' upfront presentation.
Our top moments of the week:
12. Don't Speak Award: Switched at Birth films a groundbreaking all-American Sign Language episode that proves that silence can be more powerful than words. When the Carlton students learn that their school will be closing, they stage a protest. During the school play, the fire alarms sound and as the parents and staff head outside, Daphne, Emmett & Co. hold up signs reading "Take Back Carlton" and lock themselves inside, vowing not to come out until their voices are heard.
11. Best Battle (Non) Cry: On Suburgatory, Dalia takes it upon herself to help Mr. Wolfe get revenge against his cheating ex, Chef Alan, and...