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Bret Michaels' "Oprah" Facial Droop Explained



    Bret Michaels' "Oprah" Facial Droop Explained
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    Bret Michaels (L) hopes to resume his tour.

    Bret Michaels may not have looked quite himself during his Wednesday appearance on "Oprah," but there's an explanation for the rockin' reality star's facial droop.

    "Yes, there is a slight, noticeable drooping on one side of Bret's face," a rep for the star confirmed to Access Hollywood. "Yes, this is a result of the hemorrhage and possibly exacerbated by some of the medications he is on. Will it go away? We are hopeful that with further rehabilitation it will eventually go away."

    The rep added that the rocker's team was, "of course hoping for a full recovery."

    "Bret, his family and all of us at Michaels Entertainment cannot thank you all enough for your continued thoughts, prayers and well wishes," the rep concluded.

    As previously reported by, the recovering Bret – who suffered a brain hemorrhage in April, just weeks after an emergency appendectomy – will appear on "The Celebrity Apprentice's" live finale on NBC on Sunday and will return to his solo tour later this month.

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