Instead, the final VIP pass went to 37-year old Ambre Lake, a TV reporter and B-movie actress from Chicago who Michaels recently admitted he’s not in love with after all: “I found someone who is really nice and cool and gets rock 'n' roll,” he told the Associated Press after the season finale aired.“We can see where it goes from here.” Through all the forced drama, we couldn’t take our eyes off of De La Hoya, who, in a sea of wannabe groupies and ex-Playboy models, stood out as someone who could genuinely love Michaels. Yes, she’s clearly spent some time under the knife.de la Hoya appeared, or her own show, could tell you that. de la Hoya is broken up over the loss of her new love: Read that again. de la Hoya could really be that shallow, self absorbed, and venal."They must be making fun of her," I thought, "with the way they're cutting the show together." But with a tweet, Ms.
He later proposed to Kristi Gibson on his reality show, "Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It," but they called it off in 2012.Love hurts, and no one is feeling its bitter sting these days more than Daisy De La Hoya.After weeks of sex, tears, and cat-fighting on VH1’s hit show, Rock of Love 2 (think Flavor of Love gone from hip-hop to hair metal), the rocker chick-turned-stripper-turned-reality-TV-star (who’s real name is Vanessa) didn’t get to ride into the sunset with Poison rocker Bret Michaels, even though it seemed that he’d gone ga-ga for her from the very beginning.Drew’s show tell us casting producers called Corey.
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