2, 2010, which was later broadcast on the final episode of his VH1 reality series .“With all that Kristi, Raine, Jorja and I are going through, no doubt this is a very difficult time for all of us,” Michaels wrote on his website.) This season of Rock of Love Bus kicked off with some vagina shots on top of a bar, so it shouldn't surprise us that it ended with some sex and gender weirdness as well. I will spare those of you non-fans the details of the show's premise and what happened prior to the finale, but if you are so inclined you can find most of that info here.What is surprising, to me at least, is that the show's finale managed to both promote and condemn female sexuality AT THE SAME TIME. Suffice it to say, the show casts Bret Michaels as an object of rock 'n' roll desire, and Taya and Mindy were the final two women competing to be his "Rock of Love" (commence eye-rolling… In order to get to know the women as best he could before making his final choice, Bret took each one of them out one last solo dinner date.We recently had the opportunity to speak with the runner up Mindy Hall from Vh1’s Rock of Love Bus with Bret Michaels. I never hated a single person there, we were just very different. Reality Wanted.com: So you ended up having feelings for Bret? Mindy Hall, Rock of Love Bus: The feelings started coming when we were in St. I needed to know who he was and I got to know him more right around then. Reality Wanted.com: If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything? Mindy Hall, Rock of Love Bus: I only have one regret and you will have to wait to hear what that is on the reunion show.
At the reunion, she revealed that she did not have romantic feelings for Michaels, and that she thought that he should have chosen the runner-up, Heather.
I think that's why I feel so grossed out by the insidious sexual morality tale of the finale, because the reason I've been drawn to Rock of Love Bus is that (up until now) it's been one of the few shows on television that didn't ask women to apologize for our sexuality.
Once upon a time, Poison frontman Bret Michaels was looking for love in the Celebreality world. Between the flying plates and punches being thrown, the drama made Love & Hip Hop Atlanta look like Masterpiece Theatre.
The second season featured another set of 20 women.
This time around, Michaels chose 37-year-old Ambre Lake from Los Angeles, California.