Bret Michaels won't sue Tonys for Unskinny Face Bop
We admit it: We can't get enough of watching Poison's Bret Michaels having nothin' but a bad time ka-bonging his kisser into a piece of stage scenery during the recent Tony Awards. But that's just us.
Despite his injuries, Michaels says he's not pursuing legal action against the show's producers. "There's no lawsuit," he told People magazine. "I'm not doing any of that. I'm taking the high road."
As everyone surely knows (but hey, you can check out the YouTube clip below if you don't) Michaels was beaned in the face by a prop that was lowered onto the stage following Poison's performance of Nothin' But A Good Time with the cast of Rock of Ages.
Even CC DeVille hit his mark!
"All in all, I'd like to think I feel okay. But I got to be honest with you, I feel pretty beat up" Bret Michaels
In the days following his headbanging demonstration, Michael's reps criticized the show for issuing statements that the singer had "missed his mark" and for making light of the situation. (It should be noted that Poison - even CC DeVille - and the entire cast of Rock Of Ages had no problem hitting their marks. We're just sayin'.)
"All in all, I'd like to think I feel okay," Michaels told People. "But I got to be honest with you, I feel pretty beat up." He also states that the incident hasn't affected his relationship with Rock Of Love Season Three winner Taya Parker, and that the two are still "dating and having a great time."
There, now don't you feel better? On second thought, let's watch this again: