Poison frontman, Bret Michaels is set to make his return to reality television on Sunday night on the hit Donald Trump reality show" All Star Celebrity Apprentice." Deadbolt.com reported on Thursday, Feb. 28 that the all star show will feature a cast of all time favorites from previous seasons playing for their favorite charities.
"All-Stars Celebrity Apprentice" starts on Sunday night with the "Every Rose" hitmaker making his second appearance since winning Season 3 rallying back after experiencing a year full of major health issues, including the life threatening brain hemorrhage that hospitalized Michaels.
Bret Michaels is the only returning champion that will be competing for a second time.In "Celebrity Apprentice Season 3" Bret Michaels, after making a miraculous full recovery went on to compete in the live finale edging out competitor Holly Robinson Peete. This season Bret will be playing for his charity the Life Rocks Foundation.
When speaking of his return to "Apprentice" Bret Michaels said that he had no hesitation about returning at all.
" I was excited to do it, I wanted to do it the first time I did it and when I actually did it the first time I wasn’t at the peak of my best health. So this time getting the opportunity with All Stars and with La Toya and everyone that was there and Trace and Penn, these guys are all of them successful at what they do. There is a reason Mr. Trump and his show is a success. He’s a success in real life, in life life. And to be able to learn from that, I went in with no hesitation and realizing that the competition was going to be fierce. We all know each other, we all know the way each other plays, and for me I just went in headstrong and had a great time going there, zero hesitation. I would do it again.”
As far as Bret's health this time around, the 49-year-old rocker who will turn 50 on March 15 stated,
"They worked on the brain, the heart, the appendix. Most of the parts are fixed or gone. At this point I went back and I thought I’d feel a lot better. The first time I did it I was pretty sick but this time I felt great. And I really wanted to be there and do it.”
As previously reported Bret Michaels recently released his new single "You Know You Want It" in January, 2013, from his upcoming new album titled "Good Songs & Great Friends". The new album features collaborations with some of the top artists and players in music from a variety of genres and generations.
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"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" begins March 3, on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. Central on NBC.