In Rock of Love, Bret Michaels always said the that music is his mistress, but who is the love of his life? Of course, his two baby girls.
Q: Do your daughters ever go on tour with you? How often do you get to see them?
A: I see my daughters (Raine Elizabeth, 9, and Jorja Bleu, 4) almost every day off. I bring them on the road with me. … I have an awesome relationship with their mom, Kristi (Lynn Gibson). … In my life, one thing that I know that I love doing and that I’m good at is that I’m a good father. It’s a lot of trial and error. At the same time, I love being with my daughters. It happened to me at a good time in my life. … When they come out on the road, they’re little rockers, and they enjoy it.
Q: What are some of the characteristics you look for in the women on the “Rock of Love” show?
A: What I look for, obviously there has to be a physical connection, there has to be a physical interest in each other. The next thing I look for is a great sense of humor, smarts, a great sense of wit. More than anything, wit. They’re witty, they’re funny. … Eyes are really important.
Q: I heard you were in a accident recently, on July 5, with your tour bus. Is everyone OK?
A: We came out of Toronto, and I was going on to Minneapolis to play a solo show. I got in a five-car pileup. It was pretty scary. We’re all OK, there’s a few injuries, but everyone’s OK. … We got to Minneapolis, and then I laughed and said, ‘Who else could get knocked out at the Tony Awards?’ I said, it was a freak accident and I survived it. I broke my nose, and (had) a few stitches, but other than that, I’m alive and well.
It says alot about a man, when they maintain a positive relationship with the mom. No word on if Taya and Bret are still together.