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Bret Michaels Is Hospitalized

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Bret Michaels Is Hospitalized

Bret Michaels Is Hospitalized

Bret Michaels , Is Hospitalized.

Fox News reports that the band Poison canceled its show in Nashville on June 30 because lead singer Bret Michaels was hospitalized.

Fox News reports that the band Poison canceled its show in Nashville on June 30 because lead singer Bret Michaels was hospitalized.

'TMZ' reports his hospitalization may have been linked to a bad reaction to COVID-19 medication since he has type 1 diabetes.

'TMZ' reports his hospitalization may have been linked to a bad reaction to COVID-19 medication since he has type 1 diabetes.

Poison is currently touring with Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

Poison is currently touring with Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

It is not yet known if they will be able to perform shows scheduled for this weekend in Florida and Mississippi.

It is not yet known if they will be able to perform shows scheduled for this weekend in Florida and Mississippi.

Michaels has had a handful of health scares in the past.

Including a brain hemorrhage in 2010... ...and a mini stroke in 2011.

He required surgery at that time to repair a hole in his heart.

In 2014, Michaels had kidney surgery.

He was hospitalized six times within the span of two weeks following the procedure because he insisted on performing.

Bret continues to be steadfast in his dedication to bring the music to the people.

He truly has to be held down to not perform, Peter Evick, via Facebook


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