Bret Michaels' Grown-Up Daughter Is a Successful Model Nowadays — Meet the 'Poison' Singer's Child
Bret Micheals from the iconic group, "Poison," has a grown-up daughter, Raine, who isn't just gorgeous but also making waves as a model.
Bret Micheals, the lead singer of "Poison," has gained wide recognition alongside his group members with several hit tracks and is still forging ahead.
However, there's another side to Bret, which includes his family life. The metal vocalist has a gorgeous grown-up daughter, Raine, who is also into show business.
Unlike her dad, Raines chose the runway business and is a swimsuit model. On her Instagram page, the successful model keeps her 105k followers updated with stunning images of herself.
Coupled with showing off her business, Raine doesn't leave family out, as from time to time, she makes sure to share lovely images of her family and even appreciate them for their support.
BECOMING A MODEL
Raine Michaels might have gotten some tips from her model mom, Kriston Gibson, but she drew inspiration from the swimsuit supermodel, Kate Upton. She once said of Upton:
"She's been one of my idols since I was 13."
The young Michaels' dream of modeling did not come without some challenges. At the age of 16, she got signed to a modeling agency where she faced issues concerning her body size. Raines has a voluptuous body, and the pressure to cut down her size was too much for her.
Bret Michaels is a supportive father who is proud of his daughter, but the music star has mixed feelings about her career. He once described how he felt to Yahoo Entertainment, where he called it "a bittersweet thing."
Last year when Raine, who is signed to ONE Management NYC, made it to the position of top six finalists in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Competition, her happy dad took to his Instagram page. Bret gleefully announced the news in a celebratory post.
Bret Michaels has proved to be a versatile showbiz mogul thanks to his career as a singer, songwriter, actor, and reality star.
Back in the 1980s, Bret joined his drummer friend, Rikki Rocket, and after a while, they were joined by Bobby Dall and Matt Smith, the guitarist.
C.C Deville also joined the band after Smith left, and they formed the musical group, "Poison." The metal band became signed by Enigma Records, thus releasing their first album titled, "Look What the Cat Dragged In." They became famous for their metal music and rock fashion.