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Bret Michaels will be celebrating this year’s Grammys at home.

But he’s not blowing off the event. Instead of getting all dressed up in his Sunday best and attending the celeb-swarmed event in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, the iconic rocker will pull up a seat and host AOL’s live coverage via an online chat. So fans can enjoy Music’s Biggest Night with one of rock’s biggest stars.

“Please join me on AOL Sunday February 10 as I help blog right here about the Grammys – a little artist about artist, what they’re going through, what might be in their head, what their performances are like,” Michaels said. “Join me right here in my living room in my house. We’ll hang out, we’ll talk, we’ll blog, we’ll rock.”

On the night of the Grammys, Michaels will debut his crossover single “The App Song” as well as his music driven, action impact, viral video campaign that he created, wrote and directed for his new Thorns and Roses cologne.

The live blog kicks off 7:15 EST, Sunday night on Do not miss it!

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