Of course I tuned in to Rock of Love last night. I'm a fool for the show, if not for its star, Poison lead singer Bret Michaels, who has offered himself as God's gift to a gaggle of women with low self-esteem (henceforth to be known as the LSEs).
Last night's episode had the LSEs separating into teams to come up with the cover art for Bret's forthcoming solo album.
The first team made the mistake of putting forth a photo featuring an LSE dressed up as a dirty old man, which deeply troubled Bret's henchman. "Are you saying Bret's old?" he demanded.
The second team offered a highly original Angel/Devil theme with a brunette LSE clad in a red teddy straddling a blonde in a white teddy. Of course, those clever foxes won the challenge.
"Like the girl-on-girl action," Bret remarked.
You gotta love this dude. He's a real visionary.
The winning team's creative director, a pink-haired LSE with beautiful features, won the top prize: alone time with Bret, whose leathery face is doomed to reincarnate into a Harley Wallet.
"Wear something warm and sexy," Bret advised the poor sucker.
According to VH1, next week "The Girls Take It Off." As if they haven't been taking it off already.