Bret Michaels Wins Celebrity Apprentice- Adam Ant Committed To Mental Ward- Ozzy Mercy Killing- Stones No 1- Bruce Dickinson To Tribute Dio- STP Stream- more

Poison frontman Bret Michaels was victorious on Sunday night when he was named the winner of Celebrity Apprentice. It was doubtful if Bret was even going to make the finale after his string of major medical emergencies these past few weeks (including a warning stroke late last week) but despite his ailments he was able to appear at the finale of the reality competition show to beat Holly Robinson Peete for the title which includes $250,000 for Bret's charity: American Diabetes Association's Bret Michaels Fund. You can find out more about Bret's charity here.

Adam Ant has reportedly been commited under the Mental Health Act. The former Adam & The Ants singer, who suffers from bipolar disorder, has been hospitalized and is currently receiving treatment in the Chelsea & Westminster hospital, reports The Music Fix. The news comes only a week after the singer told a church congregation to 'f*** off' during charity gig. more

Stone Temple Pilots' self-titled comeback album doesn't come out until May 25, but you can stream the entire album exclusively over at Billboard.com here

The Rolling Stones have stormed to the top of the U.K. album chart for the first time in 16 years. The classic rockers' "Exile on Main St." album, which was first issued in 1972, has been remastered and re-released with the addition of several new songs - and it has scored the group its first number one since "Voodoo Lounge" hit the top spot in 1994. more

The final installment of Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson's Friday Rock Show on BBC 6 in the UK will be next Friday, May 28th. A show update reads: "It's our last show, so aiming to go out with a bang Bruce spins some of his favourite top tunes - plus pays a personal tribute to Ronnie James Dio." more

Slayer frontman Tom Araya says he'll know when to quit but he doesn't know when that'll be. And there may or may not be another album from the thrash giants. Only time will tell. more

Snapcase has rescheduled the European trek they were forced to cancel last month as a result of the volcano in Iceland. more

Ozzy Osbourne has confirmed new song Latimer's Mercy was inspired by a real-life farmer Robert Latimer's decision to end his disabled daughter's life. more

Holy Rage, the new band featuring original Judas Priest singer Al Atkins, has announced that they have completed work on their debut studio album, which is entitled, "Just Don't Run!" more

To help mark the 20th anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughan's death (27 August 1990), Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble's1984 breakthrough album Couldn't Stand The Weather will be reissued on 26 July as a remastered, deluxe two-CD set, featuring 11 studio outtakes from the original recording, three of them previously unreleased. more

Tracks from Pantera's The Great Southern Trendkill album are coming to the Rock Band Network tomorrow. more

Terror, Grave Maker, Naysayer, and Foundation will hit the road together in mid-June for a month-long tour. more

In the next few months, FnA Records will be releasing 3 separate projects from the lead singer of Tora Tora, Anthony Corder. more

Jane's Addiction will head across the Atlantic next month for two major shows in Europe. more

Brutal Godz - the band featuring former/current members of Blind Guardian, Rhapsody Of Fire and Rebellion - have parted ways with former Metal Church vocalist Ronny Munroe.more -

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