However Rickleff quickly ended her romantic relationship with Michaels, informing him that it was over when she returned home to Chicago after filming the show because she instead decided to remain with her Windy City-based boyfriend. VH1 formally revealed Rickleff's decision during Rock of Love's reunion special.
VH1 announced in September -- before Rock of Love's pre-taped finale even aired -- that it was casting single girls 21-years or older who were "looking to win the love of the rock star of their dreams." The cable network revealed Michaels would be reprising his role shortly thereafter.
Rock of Love's second season will follow what appears to be the exact same format as the show's first season, with Michaels narrowing a field of 20 women to try and find love. The women competing for his affection will be tested on their "devotion" to him through numerous challenges, with the winners being rewarded with dates.
Rock of Love was created and executive produced by by Mark Cronin and Cris Abrego for Mindless Entertainment and 51 Pictures, The Surreal Life team who also produced VH1's Flavor of Love, I Love New York, The Surreal Life and My Fair Brady reality hits.
(Photo credit VH1)
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