'Rock of Love' Continues to Thrive on Television
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
As reported previously, VH1's hit reality series Rock of Love has significantly improved the network's target demographics and has already paved the way for more celebreality shows.  At the same time, however, the show continues to rocket in the ratings, often taking the top spot on all of cable television.

With Rock of Love's increasing popularity, its bachelor star Bret Michaels, popularly known as rock band Poison's lead singer, is also getting more and more exposure on television, having recent guest appearances on top talk shows such as Live With Regis & Kelly, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Late Night With Conan O'Brien.

Additionally, late night television staples like Late Night with David Letterman and Saturday Night Live have also given a nod to Rock of Love through featured skits.  On Saturday Night Live, they showed a 10 minute Rock of Love sketch that earned the show some of its highest ratings that week.

Fans can expect to see more of Bret Michaels on television as he is featured on The Biography Channel as part of its "Biography" special on April 5 and FOX's Don't Forget the Lyrics' special celebrity edition in May.

Meanwhile, fans can catch Bret Michaels as he searches for his ideal match on Rock of Love every Sunday at 9pm ET/PT on VH1.  So far, there are six remaining hopefuls vying for the rock star's heart.  These include 25-year-old Daisy DeLaHoya, 24-year-old Megan Hauserman, 25-year-old Jessica Kinni, 33-year-old Ambre Lake, 31-year-old Destiney Moore, and 26-year-old Kristy Joe Muller.  On the next episode, Michaels invites the women's ex-boyfriends to the house and takes them out in attempt to dig up dirt on the ladies.  And at the end of the episode, Michaels will be left with five girls in the mansion with a surprise guest in charge.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: VH1, World Entertainment News Network
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