"I'm feeling a little beat up, but I feel great," said Michaels, 47. "I'm just glad to be here, and I'm really glad that I won — and you have no idea — inside my soul — how bad I want to throw down and party right now!"
"I want to have a Rock of Love style party right at this moment, but I think I'm just going to hang with my friends and be a little low-key unfortunately for a couple more weeks," laughed the Poison frontman.
Michaels said his doctors were urging him to take it easy. "I'm going to try, but my energy is so up right now… I just want to go rock right now."
Michaels — who earned a $250,000 donation to the American Diabetes Foundation by beating Holly Robinson Peete on the NBC reality show — said the "most scary moment" was when he thought he'd get fired.
"[Donald Trump] was like 'You're…' and I heard the syllable for fired and I was like 'this can't be happening'… so I thought this was the sympathy way of getting rid of me and I was like, 'Oh man, you're going to dump me!' And I just kept thinking, 'Don't let me down like a bad date!'" Michaels joked.
The most touching moment?
"When they showed my daughter Raine coming up and giving me a big hug. That was great," he said of his 10-year-old with ex-girlfriend Kristi Lee Gibson (they also have a daughter Jorja, 5.) "She was crying. It was bittersweet and beautiful."
Michaels said he was happy to win, but Peete "really won too…she raised more money than any of us."
Up next for Michaels: hitting the road. "I want to. [Doctors] don't want me to go at all right now, at least for a couple of weeks to a month, but I want to go this weekend! And we're going to see what happens."
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