'Celebrity Apprentice 3' Winner Bret Michaels Lands New Show
Performing with Poison and emerging victorious on The Celebrity Apprentice aren't enough for rockstar Bret Michaels. He's even starting yet another reality show, airing this fall. The Rock of Love star has been given his own Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It on VH1.

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The New York Times reports that VH1 made the announcement last Monday, stating that the new show will feature Bret Michaels' life as a father. It's past his Rock of Love days, and instead focuses on his efforts to spend time with his daughters.

Life As I Know It will be about Bret Michaels hoping to provide for his family, which includes children Raine and Jorja. He's also doing his best as a boyfriend with their mother, Kristi Gibson, and working on their on-again/off-again relationship.

VH1 has already released a sneak peek of the Life As I Know It special, which you can watch here. According to the official synopsis: "In this first-look special viewers will not only get a taste of Bret's life on the road, but also, a look at his home life, a sprawling compound where his daughters Raine and Jorja, who affectionately refer to him as "Poppa Rocka" and their mother, Kristi Gibson, reside."

According to the New York Daily News, this new series will focus on how Bret Michaels is settling down with Kristi. They've had a rocky romance since 1993, but the Poison frontman has decided to build a stable family life at last.

We're betting his doctors are hoping he'd slow down too, especially since he's had several emergency trips to the hospital lately. There's the appendectomy, the brain hemorrhage during the airing of Celebrity Apprentice and even a mini-stroke. He's also due for heart surgery.

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That means filming for Life As I Know It has to be put on hold until his full recovery. However, we're pretty sure Bret Michaels is already gearing up for that. As we've seen in the past, there's just no stopping this guy.

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