The 'Good Morning America' Central Park concert stage is going to be a happening place on Friday morning. Not only will Miley Cyrus be performing, but according to PEOPLE, the seemingly superhuman Bret Michaels will be joining Cyrus for a duet of one of his most famous songs.
Taking a break from his tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, the 47-year-old rock star will be pairing up with the 17-year-old singer and actress to sing the hit 'Every Rose Has It's Thorn,' a tune Bret first sang back in 1988 with his band Poison and which Cyrus covers on her new release 'Can't Be Tamed.' Earlier this year, Cyrus sang backup on Michaels' single 'Nothing to Lose.'
Both Michaels and Cyrus have been in the spotlight as of late. The 'Hannah Montana' star was in the news earlier this week when an apparently explicit paparazzi shot of her getting out of a car was published by Perez Hilton. Michaels has been in the news over the last few months due to various health complications, including a brain hemorrhage. He has since recovered and, though on blood thinners, is currently touring.