Miley Cyrus, Bret Michaels

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Miley Cyrus' future is lookin' pretty rosy.

Sounds like her cover of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" may be the second single released off her latest album, Can't Be Tamed

Poison frontman Bret Michaels tells me he and Cyrus will be hitting the studio to fine-tune the song before its release.

"When we sit down on the guitar and the piano and play, she just nails it," the rocker says.

"And I just said to her, 'Listen, you gotta throw everything else out. 'Every Rose' is a No. 1 classic around the world. It was No. 1 in almost every country. So here's the deal—add just a little pop flair, but keep it organic.'"

And Michaels doesn't want things to end in the recording studio. "I'm just throwing it out there, but I could direct a kickass video that would be insanely cool and very hip," he says. "Very down-to-earth, very hip and just a walk through life."

Just a couple of weeks after Can't Be Tamed's title track was released, Michaels and the teen queen performed "Every Rose" together on Good Morning America. Cyrus also appears on Michaels' song "Nothing to Lose" from his latest album, Custom Built.

That's not all I have for you from Michaels. Come back here later to find out what he said about marrying on-again, off-again girlfriend Kristi Gibson, getting naked for the cover of Billboard magazine and his upcoming heart surgery.

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