Rocker and reality TV star Bret Michaels has been discharged from a Phoenix hospital after successful surgery to repair a hole in his heart, a hospital spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Michaels, frontman for the band Poison, was discharged from St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center after undergoing a successful heart procedure on Monday, spokeswoman Carmelle Malkovich said in a statement.

The heart problem was found in April, when hospital surgeons operated on Michaels for a near fatal brain hemorrhage. Without treatment for the hole in his heart, doctors said he risked blood clots and strokes.

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Micahels, 47, won the 2010 series of TV show "The Celebrity Apprentice" and appeared on the "Rock of Love" reality show.