The 47-year-old, who was in a critical condition after he was rushed to hospital on April 21, battled back to health and was released later that month.He was overcome with emotion as he listened to his nine-year-old daughter Raine talk about his illness on Oprah Winfrey's talk show.'The scariest part was thinking that my dad could die,' Raine said. They said this is to be expected for at least a month after this happens, and each day, it gets better.brought a hilarious take to dating competition series.This time around, Poison lead singer Bret Michaels had his pick of over 50 women over the span of three seasons.Catch up with some of the most memorable ladies from the show above!Poison front man Bret Michaels broke down in tears during his first television interview since a brain haemorrhage left him fighting for life.According to his website, he spends time "...speaking to businesses and organizations around the world on motivational and business topics, developing real estate in Chicago, and producing and appearing in several television programs." Omarosa Manigault was quite the villain on the first season of "The Apprentice" and has gone on to appear on "Celebrity Apprentice" and the show's "All Stars" edition.
Doctors were stunned at Michaels' speedy recovery, after spending just two weeks in intensive care. They call it a thunderclap and I've never instantaneously had a headache like that in my entire life.'Has increased his rehabilitation therapy to twice a day and says he is just happy to be alive.'I'm having a little trouble moving...
And to the amazement of his family and friends, he is even planning to go back on stage later this month with his band.
Speaking via satellite and wearing his trademark bandanna, the performer, who starred in the U. Celebrity Apprentice, said: 'All of a sudden I heard it moving around and there was this loud boom.'It was just a big explosion.
The trial attorney has also served as a spokesperson for the Autism Society of America and the host of "Know Your Rights TV."The winner of season 4 of "The Apprentice," Randal Pinkett, became chairman and CEO of the management firm BCT Partners and a prominent public speaker.
He has also written three books and been extremely active in New Jersey community service.
Bill Rancic was the winner of the first season of "The Apprentice" and, along with his wife E!