Bret Michaels, best known as the lead singer of 80's band Poison and the prize on VH1's "Rock of Love" dating show, suffered a brain hemorrhage on Thursday and is currently in critical condition at an undisclosed location.
He is currently a contestant on Donald Trump's reality show "Celebrity Apprentice."
The 47-year-old star has been in the hospital recently, as he underwent an emergency appendectomy last week.
According to the star's website, Michaels remains in an Intensive Care Unit under 24-hour surveillance. Tests will be conducted this week to determine the source of the bleeding, according to BretMichaels.com.
Stay up-to-date on Michaels' condition by checking in with his website; the link is attached to this story.
His website's biography reads, "Bret Michaels is, if nothing else, a true survivor. He has survived a lifelong battle as an insulin dependent diabetic, a well publicized near fatal car crash in 1994 and the countless musical trends and fads of the last two decades."