Bret Michaels Is in Critical Condition

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... Rock of Love star Bret Michaels suffered a brain hemorrhage on Thursday and remains in intensive care at a Los Angeles hospital. After experiencing painful headaches, the former Poison frontman was rushed to the hospital, where doctors are still trying to find the source of the internal bleeding. Michaels, who is currently a contestant on NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice is reportedly suffering slurred speech, blurry vision, and dizziness as a result of the injury. [LA Times]

... Swords-and-sorcery slasher Legend of the Seeker looks like it may be a goner. The syndicated fantasy program is currently in the midst of its second season, which will be its last unless it finds an 11th-hour savior. Perhaps you can start a collection fund the next time you attend your local Renaissance Faire? [EW]

... Entourage will begin its seventh season on June 27. Seven seasons. Of Entourage. Ugh. Also kicking off that day is the second season of Hung. [Variety]

... If you like cursing, you'll love this news! And if you like cursing en espanol, you'll really love this news! HBO's Eastbound & Down, about a struggling baseball player with a potty mouth, is heading south of the border for Season 2. After a tryout with a major league team falls through, Kenny Powers opts to join a Mexican baseball team, probably so he can take advantage of the lax pharmaceutical laws down there. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Glee creator Ryan Murphy, hot off the success of the show's all-Madonna episode, is kicking around the idea of an all-Britney-Spears episode. Murphy is also considering episodes featuring the music of Billy Joel, Led Zeppelin, and Courtney Love. I wish I was making up that last one, but unfortunately, I'm not. [EW]

... America's Got Talent is partnering with YouTube to trawl for contestants. Submissions for the "talent" show can now be uploaded to a special YouTube page, where 40 entrants will be selected by judges and posted to yet another page where the public can vote on them. This may be the first time a cat wins America's Got Talent. [The Live Feed]


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