Poison singer Bret Michaels hospitalized in Nashville

Bret Michaels, lead singer of Toxic, was admitted to the hospital on Thursday in Nashville right before the group was scheduled to perform as part of Visiting the Stadium with Def Leppard, Mtley Cre, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

Based on TMZ, His band members took to the stage to announce and apologize for having to cancel their performance.

On the 10th anniversary of his brain hemorrhage in 2020 – which happened the night he was revealed to be a banana in season three of Masked singer-Michaels revealed he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 6.

“These are the roses and thorns of my life,” he said at the time on a People Magazine interview. “I’m so grateful. I celebrate anniversaries as the good side of dirt and survival. I never celebrate a brain hemorrhage.

“But it’s ironic how when the show has been on the air for 10 years, it’s airing at the exact moment that they’re working at night in my brain. Who knows what all this will do. come out in full on April 22? kids’ lives, my life, I don’t know that any of this will line up,” Michaels added.

The length of Michaels’ absence is unspecified; however, the tour will continue with shows in Florida on Saturday and Mississippi on Sunday.

Bret Michaels’ health condition

In a recent update to their story, TMZ a source close to Michaels claims that he may have experienced a negative reaction to a drug that has been linked to Drugs for COVID and his diabetes may have caused the reaction.

Because of COVID-19The massive North American tour has been delayed from 2020 to 2021. “To all of our loyal fans, we wanted to let you know that today we learned that the tour will be moved to 2022,” the band said in a Facebook post in May 2021.

The final big tour kicked off on June 16 in Atlanta, Georgia, and is expected to last all summer before concluding on September 9 in Las Vegas.

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