I’m just gonna get the hell out of the way here and let this one speak for itself. From the NY Post:
Bret Michaels and Donald Trump are in talks to develop a new reality show called “Something To Believe In.” Sources tell Page Six it would feature the rocker traveling across the country, helping people who face adversity in their lives. A rep for The Donald said: “Mr. Trump thinks Bret is a wonderful guy. [He] wants to consider it.”
First and foremost, this sounds like a really nice thing they’re doing. I’m all for more reality shows about helping people who are facing adversity, especially if it means less reality shows about parents who throw $30,000 birthday parties for their toddler. And, off the top of my head, I can’t think of anything that would be more surreal than being a guy with some rare disease, hearing a knock at the door and opening it up to find Bret Michaels and Donald Trump on my porch offering to help. So, there’s that.
If you think about it, in a way it was always coming to this, wasn’t it? I mean, it makes perfect sense. OF COURSE Donald Trump and Bret Michaels would be business partners. They’re both attention-loving, aging reality stars with confusing hair situations who have an affinity for an over-the-top, tacky lifestyle. I only hope their partnership is fruitful enough that they produce a second reality show for VH1 where Donald Trump wears a bandana and travels around the country on a bus full of strippers that has “TRUMP” written on the side in giant 24K gold letters. I would watch that show so many times my cable box would melt.