Bret Michaels' daughter has grown up to be a gorgeous model

Rebelander Basilan
Dec 25, 2018
10:49 P.M.
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Raine Michaels, who turned 18 this year, was working towards her dream to become a supermodel.


Bret Michaels' teenage daughter has been using her Instagram account to make her mark in the spotlight. She's been turning a lot of heads lately as she works as a model.

When Raine was just 16, she has signed on with L.A. Models. However, she couldn't apply for the magazine until she turned 18, according to the organization rules.

Aside from her modeling career, Raine also works as a veterinary assistant.


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Raine, who was born on May 20, 2000, accomplished it this year. She was able to walk the runway at the Miami Swim Week, as part of the 15 finalists who got to showcase the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit show.

Raine was thrilled when she learned that she was shortlisted from an entry pool of more than 25,000 young ladies.


On June 28, Raine took to Instagram to share her audition clip.

"Being a part of the SI Swim family would be a DREAM come true!! On that note here is my 2018 #SISwimSearch audition!!" she wrote. "@mj_day @si_swimsuit thank you guys so much for the amazing opportunity, I hope to meet you guys in Miami soon!"

Aside from her modeling career, Raine also works as a veterinary assistant.



Raine is the daughter of Bret to his ex-fiance, Kristi Gibson. The couple parted ways in 2012.

Raine's younger sister Jorja Michaels just turned 13 this year but has already started turning heads.

Jorja has already begun dabbling in the acting business, with a small role in the 2018 film "Mistrust."



Bret, who gained fame as the lead singer of the glam metal band Poison, couldn't be more proud of the girls.

Although he and Kristi did not expose their daughters to the limelight, they briefly made an appearance in his 2010 reality series, "Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It."

Bret is leading a rock star life along with having a common chronic illness. He was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of six.

Since then, he's endured the symptoms like itchy skin, extreme thirst, and fatigue. In spite of that, he kept himself fit.