" week, the now-53-year-old opens up about why he joined the dating show in the first place.
"I had spent my life being out on the road since I was 15, 16 years old.
The "twist" of the challenge is that each band has to make a rock song out of a nursery rhyme, like "Old Mc Donald Had a Farm." I don't really know why this was necessary, except to make the contestants look even more ridiculous than they already do. The bands are named clever things like "Daisy Chain" and "Daisy Blades" (? Daisy is totes in love already with, so even though his band sucks balls, they win.
Sinister, who had the best band out of the three (which is like coming in first in an a-hole race), is fit to be tied. At numerous points during the rest of this episode, Daisy and London either make out or fight about nothing.
This means that, at some point, the publishers of the world's best-selling product guide for guitarists and bassists thought to themselves: Daisy De La Hoya is tired. After all, it's not easy entertaining a slew of bachelors with names such as 12 Pack and Big Rig, as this reality TV star is forced to do every week in the VH1 series Daisy of Love.
Although there are 20 men in the show, one of them is very familiar; 12 Pack, who has appeared on I Love New York and I Love Money.
He later proposed to Kristi Gibson on his reality show, "Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It," but they called it off in 2012.
Appearing on "The Steve Harvey Show" for the series' "Where Are They Now?
Back and forth, back and forth--it makes no sense whatsoever.
The winning band gets three brand-new get lines fed to him, as I used to suspect; now it seems that he was actually pretty clever/funny on his own.