Bret Michaels' Fans Offer Support On Facebook, Twitter

Poison frontman's Web site crashed as fans sought updates on his condition following brain hemorrhage.

While Bret Michaels remains in an intensive care unit following a major brain hemorrhage on Thursday, his fans are not only scouring the Web for news about the Poison frontman's condition, but are sending out messages of support on Facebook, Twitter and other social-networking sites.

"Praying every day for Bret to have a full recovery," wrote Heather Lynn on

target="_blank">Michaels' Facebook page. "It was nice to see him so happy on

href="http://newsroom.mtv.com/2010/04/26/celebrity-apprentice-recap-bret-

michaels/">'Celebrity Apprentice' last night. He was very funny. I enjoyed watching it, but it made me sad to think of what him and his family are going through right now. I also pray for his two lovely daughters to have strength."

Said Laura Mendoza, "May the good Lord give you the strength you need to fight this. Your family, friends & fans are all praying for your speedy recovery."

Meanwhile,

target="_blank">Twitter has been filled with well-wishes directed at the 47-year-old singer and reality-TV star's account. Users have been sharing information, sending out prayers and fondly recalling their favorite moments from Michaels' career over the years. On Michaels'

href="http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=47

901386&blogId=533413800" target="_blank">MySpace page, one user wrote, "Praying for you Bret and your family. You are strong and you will come thru this. I've been a fan for a long time and will be forever!"

In addition to the social-networking sites, Michaels' official Web site has become a hub for the dissemination of information. But at one point on Monday morning (April 26), as his name continued to be a top Internet search term, the site actually crashed as it struggled to keep up with all the clicks. "Bret remains in ICU under 24 hour surveillance," a

target="_blank">message on his Web site and social-networking sites read. "Further testing this week will help locate the source of the bleeding."

Facebook user Cathleen Kulinski Beckwith typified the collective response of fans when she wrote on his wall, "I sure hope that they find out what the problem is very soon before it's too late. My continued thoughts and prayers are with Bret and his beloved family and friends."

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