Bret Michaels to star in possible dating boot camp reality television show ‘Love Camp’ in 2018
Poison frontman Bret Michaels appears poised to return to reality TV as a promo reel of a possible dating boot camp reality show called Love Camp has been released for 2018.
The following was posted on Michaels‘ Facebook page earlier today:
“With Bret’s #LifeRocks #Holiday Fundraiser taking place now and his new #JingleBells single just around the corner, check out this promo reel of a project that may be coming 2018 @ https://youtu.be/NNZj7ybFfXE – Team Bret #LoveCamp 🤘🏻 🎥”
Michaels is seen in the video speaking to the Love Camp contestants and stating (as transcribed by Sleaze Roxx): “I am here to help you find the ultimate date and even better, perhaps the ultimate relationship. Alright ’cause we’re going to twist. We’re going to turn it. We’re going to burn it. We’re going to rock…. This is not just a dating game. This is a dating boot camp. This is Love Camp…. It’s going to be great. We’re going to know who is a serial dater and who is a serious dater.”
Speaking to the camera, Michaels advises (as transcribed by Sleaze Roxx): “I feel that right now in my life is a great time to have this Love Camp. I’ve been through a lot of life experiences. I feel that I can give them the pitfalls and land mines to help them find the right guy…. I’m going to admit the truth. I am not an expert of advice. What I am is a man that has lived a lot of life…. So I don’t come here with all knowledge but I come here with a sole purpose is to make them not only have a great date but an awesome relationship…. After being through a lot of dating, especially on Rock Of Love, being on the road from being a father, from every aspect and every angle that I can truly help these girls…. I’m going to put them through the wringer emotionally, physically. I’m really going to put them through the works — mind, body and soul. Giddy-up girls. Giddy-up.”
Promo reel for possible Bret Michaels reality television show Love Camp:
With Bret’s Life Rocks Holiday Fundraiser taking place now and his new #JingleBells single just around the corner, check out this promo reel of a project that may be coming 2018! – Team Bret #LoveCamp 🤘🏻 🎥 🍿
Wikipedia states the following about Michaels‘ Rock Of Love television show and his other television and film appearances:
“Michaels starred in the reality television dating competition series Rock of Love with Bret Michaels, the first season of which premiered in July 2007. Jes Rickleff was the winner of Season One. However, she announced during the October 2007 reunion show that she and Michaels were not right for each other and told runner-up Heather he was all hers and that he should have chosen Heather. The first season was released on DVD in early 2008.
The show’s second season premiered on January 13, 2008. On April 13, 2008, Michaels selected Ambre Lake as his “Rock of Love“. After the show the two maintained a relationship, but parted ways after just a few months due to personal commitments, but they remain good friends.
A third season, Rock of Love Bus, premiered on January 4, 2009. which was a series high for VH1, Michaels chose Penthouse Pet Taya Parker as the winner. When asked about a fourth season of Rock of Love, Michaels said “Now they want me to come back for a fourth ‘Rock of Love.’ I feel that it should be something that changes up, but I still want that fun element. What you see is what you get with me.”
Michaels and actor Charlie Sheen established a film production company, Sheen/Michaels Entertainment, which produced the movie A Letter from Death Row (1998), in which Michaels wrote, directed and starred, and for which he released a soundtrack album. They also produced No Code of Conduct that same year, which Michaels also directed and acted in. Their company also produced the feature film Free Money, starring Marlon Brando and Mira Sorvino, and the surfer movie In God’s Hands in which Michaels also had a small acting role.
Michaels appeared in the CBS sitcom Yes, Dear, Season 1, Episode 6, titled Greg’s Big Day, first aired November 6, 2000. He also appeared as himself in three episodes of The Chris Isaak Show from 2001 to 2004.
On May 1, 2008, Michaels appeared on a special celebrity edition of Don’t Forget the Lyrics!, on which he raised $200,000 to donate to charity.
Michaels appeared on the 2009 Tony Awards, during which a he was struck in the head by a set piece. He subsequently sued the event’s organizers, claiming that the collision led to his 2010 brain hemorrhage. The suit is currently pending.
In 2010, Michaels was the winning contestant on the NBC reality television series Celebrity Apprentice 3.
Michaels stars in a series named Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It, which depicts his life at home with his daughters and their mother. Filming of the series began before Michaels‘ health troubles, and filming was suspended after his hospitalization. VH1 aired a preview of the series on May 31, 2010, and the series aired in fall 2010.
Michaels hosted the Miss Universe 2010 pageant along with Natalie Morales on August 23, 2010.”