When Rock of Love premiered there were many blondes but only one Heather Chadwell. The fan favorite (and the runner-up for Bret Michaels' heart) chatted with VH1 about her time on Rock Of Love, if she still has that tattoo and what maybe lost her, her own Of Love show.
Check out what the blonde bombshell had to say and don't forget to check this classic clip from the season one reunion.
On Where She Is Today:
I am back in my hometown of Columbus, Ohio and I live with my boyfriend downtown and I am a Realtor. I just wanted to come home and decompress – hit the restart button. I had been gone for a decade and wanted to be closer to my family and friends. I just needed a break from the fast-paced lifestyle of [Vegas and Los Angeles].
On The Last Time She "Saw" Bret Michaels:
I’ll actually see him this Saturday, his band will be here playing. I don’t know if we’re going to chat. You know, he doesn’t seem to remember us girls that much anymore. [Laughs]
On That Infamous Tattoo:
I literally went to get it covered up but I don’t know what to put over it. People are having a tough time coming up with what to put over it to really cover up the "Bret." The only thing I can think of now is my wiener dog. But do I really wanna have a wiener on my neck?
On The Girls From Rock Of Love:
I follow some of the girls on Instagram but I don’t really hang out with anybody from the shows. I really love Frenchy She’s always been a really consistent person – she doesn't drink, she doesn't do drugs, she's not dramatic. I chat with Mindy some times – she’s a Midwest girl – a real good person.
Regrets? It Could Have Been Heather Of Love:
Yeah, I do have regrets. I know everyone says, 'I don’t have any regrets,' but how do you know not to act like that again or not to let someone like that in your life. Throwing plates and getting in fights – it’s all great TV but I regret the whole fight with Daisy. I had a developmental deal for my own show and I think that really…I mean, they gave it to her instead. So I regret that fight because I think it cost me my own show.