The Hollywood Reporter noticed that Poison singer Bret Michaels was featured on The Weather Channel’s “Weather Warrior” segment last week, and they did a story on it.
You can watch the segment at the end of this post. Bret, who is a petri dish with hair, submitted footage of some extreme weather he encountered while on tour through middle America.
The first part of the footage was shot from Bret’s tour bus.
“This is Bret Michaels,” his says in the video. “I am on tour and heading into one of the most insane storms I’ve ever seen. You’ve got to see this lightning, check it out. Woah. The wind’s gotta be blowing at least 40 miles per hour. All kinds of insane lightning strikes. This is awesome. Scary, but cool.”
What would be cool is if lightning struck Bret’s bus. That would be cool.
There’s also footage shot from a private plane, showing miles of fields and towns flooded by a massive storm. Michaels said, “We came through that storm in Omaha. The only thing you’re seeing is rooftops of some of these buildings. Bridges gone. A lot of good people here, including my sisters, they’ve been hit hard by the flooding. So let’s hope for the best.”
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