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Bret Michaels was hospitalized hours after he was scheduled to go on stage.
Type 1 diabetes venom frontman was admitted to a medical facility in Nashville on Thursday after getting sick prior to a show with Def Leppard, Motley Crue and Joan Jett. Did. Black Hearts.
Sources told TMZthat the 59-year-old star may have had a bad reaction to COVID-19-related medications as a result of diabetes.
Michael's bandmate unfortunately went on stage to let the audience know he couldn't play that night, but he didn't announce his condition anymore. Hmm.
Two years ago, the singer of "Every Rose Has its Thorn" revealed that he had been diagnosed with skin cancer and needed shoulder surgery.
In a blog post on his website, he writes: I wonder why it looks like a lump or bone sticking out of my right shoulder.
"More complicatedly, we also need a procedure to remove skin cancer detected after recent biopsy."
"CrackA Smile" locker Was recently revealed about his major health fears in 2010 after undergoing appendectomy, cerebral hemorrhage, and heart surgery.
He admits that: "That year I tackled many health problems. With God's grace and much effort and treatment, I was still on the clean side and had a good time."
Motley Crue, Defrepard The "Stadium Tour" by Joan Jet, Black Hearts begins on July 7th at Hard Rock Stadium in Florida and ends on September 5th at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.
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