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Michaels, 47, suffered a brain hemorrhage on April 22 after complaining of a headache and was rushed to an ICU, where he was determined to be in critical condition. He has since been downgraded to stable condition, but doctors remain cautious, as the Poison singer is still at risk for seizures due to the low amounts of sodium in his body, MTV reports. A statement on Michaels' website called it a "minor setback" and fans will have "more specific information [by] next Monday."
Nevertheless, Michaels is reportedly ready to rock. His rep told UsMagazine.com Michaels hopes to be back on tour "by the end of next month." The statement on his site also referred to the tour: "At this time we are planning to resume the tour May 26th in Ft. Smith, Ark., provided there are no further complications or setbacks. We will then continue with all scheduled dates throughout the summer and fall, including the June and July tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd."
We hate to rain on concertgoers parade, but shouldn't Bret be recovering in the coming weeks, instead of rocking? We don't think his fans would fault him for taking a rest after such a traumatic medical crisis.
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