He made merchandise personalized with his name available on the online site Wnrs Market.
He has more than 2.2 million subscribers to his You Tube channel.
[Laughs] Sometimes you get lost in the moment and you really never savor the moment.
Have you maintained any relationships on from any of the reality shows you participated on?
My Space was popular at the time and I contacted them.
They told me to send a video tape and within a three days because they were already sorta done with their casting but they wanted to give me a shot so I sent it in and then two weeks later I was on the show.
If you’re willing to put yourself out there like that and then that’s what it is.
Those of you who, like me, have been hooked on VH1's Rock of Love Bus this season (perhaps against some of your better feminist judgment), may have found last night's finale a bit unfulfilling.
All the feelings and all those things were documented genuinely because I let myself go like that and I let myself do that because I wanted to create something authentic. At that moment in time they were authentic but that was also my job. Some people we’ve spoken to really seem to fall for the person they’ve been competing for.
Did you feel like other women there were really falling for Bret? What I do know is that if there was something that would have been able to transpire after the show on a more personal level without the cameras then that would be up to you know each individual but I honestly I didn’t really see that. I think some of the girls just sorta being as free as possible and really getting to know Bret on a different level and you know getting to experience his talents firsthand with his music and stuff.
Do you have any regrets about participating on reality TV?
I don’t because I think that I was very lucky to be a part of something that was a big deal and a show that you know was successful at that time.