, one of the women on the second season of Rock of Love
, landed the reality show gig by chance when she ran into a casting director on MySpace, but the musician from Danville is nevertheless grateful for the experience, especially since it gave her the opportunity to spend time with Poison's Bret Michaels
, one of the biggest rock stars in the country.
“With Bret, what you see is what you get,” Turner told the Danville Register and Bee
. “What I picked up when I was in his presence and spoke to him one-on-one, he is one of the most genuine men I've ever met. He's extremely intelligent, he's fun and funny, but underneath it all he's driven and serious. He and I connected like that. He genuinely is a good guy.”
Turner also had kind words for her fellow contestants, despite all the back-stabbing that takes place in Rock of Love
. She even claims to have become close friends with Destiney
“All of the girls had something special or unique that the producers liked,” she said.
She also doesn't mind the show's editing process, which, more often than not, highlights the most gritty and scandalous moments of the show.
“Editing is cruel,” she said. “We're at their mercy, but that's the way it is. And this show, as embarrassing as it may be, ultimately, I believe it to be a blessing in my life.”
The show's second season kicked off on January 13, and so far, Peyton Turner has managed to survive elimination. Although filming has ended, Turner is not allowed to say what ultimately happens on Rock of Love
2. She did, however, say that she is ready to embark on her own quest to find love.
“At some point in my life, I want a relationship,” Peyton Turner said. “Honestly, everyone at the end of the day wants someone to love.”
She described her ideal man as someone who has an “edge of mystery, an element of danger,” and “who's full-throttle sexy, funny and smart as a whip.”
“When you get to a certain age, you know what you like,” she explained.
Rock of Love
airs Sundays at 10pm on VH1.
-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Danville Register and Bee
(Image Courtesy of VH1)