's no secret that Bret Michaels
will soon embark on yet another love quest after things didn't work out between the Poison frontman and his Rock of Love
season 2 winner Ambre Lake
. With the announcement of his new reality series called Rock of Love Bus
, VH1 is now loading up a tour bus filled with beautiful babes who will compete for Bret's affection and will follow the rocker on a month-long expedition across the county.
If you are a sexy single lady looking for love who can party like a rock star, then Rock of Love Bus
is for you.
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Just like the first and second season of Rock of Love, Rock of Love Bus
will feature women competing for Bret's heart while being tested on their devotion through numerous challenges. This time, it will specifically revolve around his life on the road, ranging from Truck Stop Olympics to a dance contest on top of the St. Louis Arch. In addition, the women will also have to greet groupies, endure grueling schedules and fill in for delinquent roadies.
According to the network, the Rock of Love Bus
casting tour will be stopping by the following cities:
Los Angeles, CA - LArock@realtalentcasting.com
Las Vegas, NV - VEGASrock@realtalentcasting.com
Salt Lake City, UT - SaltLakeRock@realtalentcasting.com
Hoboken, NJ - NYrock@realtalentcasting.com
Long Island, NY - NYrock@realtalentcasting.com
New York, NY - NYrock@realtalentcasting.com
Corpus Christi, TX - TEXASrock@realtalentcasting.com
Chicago, Il - CHICAGOrock@realtalentcasting.com
Cincinnati, OH - OHIOrock@realtalentcasting.com
Charlotte, NC - NCrock@realtalentcasting.com
To audition, you must be at least 18 years old and must email your name, age, phone number, MySpace link, a short bio and a photo to the audition city closest to you.
Rock of Love
was created and executive produced by Mark Cronin and Cris Abrego for Mindless Entertainment and 51 Pictures, The Surreal Life
team who also produced VH1's Flavor of Love, I Love New York
and My Fair Brady
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
(Image courtesy of VH1)