Back in the summer of 2009, the Tony Awards got dangerous when Poison lead singer Bret Michaels was clotheslined by a descending piece of scenery. Cut to present day—Michaels and the Tonys have agreed to settle his lawsuit out of court. And the video of the clotheslining is still as good as it was in 2009 (see below).

After the 2009 show, a Tonys spokesperson blamed Michaels for missing a cue, but the rocker denied it was his fault, posted photos of his injuries on MySpace (so 2009!), and said he wouldn't sue in the following days. But then he did sue the Tonys and CBS (which broadcast the show) last year, blaming his brain hemorrhage on the incident, "One of the most common causes of this type of hemorrhage is head trauma -- exactly like the one Michaels suffered at the hands of the Tony Awards... Through his sheer will to live, to see his children grow up, Michaels was able to survive this trauma."

According to the AP, "Michaels' attorney Alex Weingarten said details of the settlement would not be released... Representatives for CBS and the Tonys released a joint statement saying that 'an amicable resolution' had been reached but no further details would be released." Michaels has been touring lately—his old Celebrity Apprentice boss's son and big game hunter Donald Trump Jr. recently.