Bret Michaels first took us inside his dating life with 'Rock Of Love' 15 years ago: Watch the show

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Back in the summer of 2007, the worlds of Glam Rock and Reality TV converged when Poison singer Bret Michaels welcomed us all into his love life on VH1's Rock Of Love. 15 years later, fans can now revisit all of the highs and lows, and bumps and grinds that made the show such a success.

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Following the success of VH1's Flavor Of Love starring Public Enemy hype man Flavor Flav, the network was looking to bring viewers into the over-the-top world of hair bands that had seen a steady decline throughout the nineties. Looking to kickstart his career again, Michaels was approached with a concept that he initially was unsure of, telling Yahoo Entertainment he had to pass at the time because it had "the shelf-life of one episode.” Instead, he proposed a look into the dating and partying aspect of his own debauchery-filled days as Poison's lead singer. “Please don’t script me, cuz I’ll suck,” the he remembers saying. “Just let me talk.”

And talk he did, with 25 women who competed against each other for Michaels' attention, resulting in dates and plenty of drama for its estimated 1.6 million viewers. "Rock and roll is an insatiable bitch goddess," he said at the beginning of the first episode, "but I love her. And I'm just looking for that one woman in my life to participate in that threesome."

Whether you're a longtime fan of the series or a doe-eyed newcomer, it looks like you'll be able to dive right into the wild and wonderous Rock N' Roll lifestyle of dating-days past now that Tubi has all of the episodes available to stream... for free!

Michaels also made another triumphant return after a recent emergency trip due to “an allergic reaction to medication.” Ahead of Poison's scheduled performance in Nashville on June 30, part of The Stadium Tour with Def Leppard, Motley Crue, and Joan Jett, Michaels was rushed to a local hospital forcing the band to cancel their entire set at the last minute. He made his way back and offered a message to fans saying “I just want to say to everyone, thank you – it means the world to me... I’m ready to rock. I’m going to give you a thousand per cent of everything I got in the tank right now... I’m gonna keep rockin’; I’m gonna burn it.”

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