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Jon Bon Jovi
Originally posted 11/07/2010 01:00PM
"Wait ... Did I just rock out with Bon Jovi tonight???"
Yes, Rihanna, you did! The red-haired singer Tweeted after she was the surprise addition to Bon Jovi's Madrid show Saturday night. She joined the veteran rockers for a rendition of their hit "Living on a Prayer" at an intimate gig in Madrid.
And, the New Jersey rockers didn't let the 1,000-strong crowd at Teatro Circo Price down with a set list including "Wanted Dead or Alive" and their new single "What Do You Got?"
"It was so beautiful. She sang great, she's a sweetheart of a girl. She's a big fan too. It was great," Jon Bon Jovi told PEOPLE at the 17th MTV EMAs Sunday, also in the Spanish capital, where the band received the inaugural Global Icon award.
Originally posted 07/11/2010 02:55PM
Jon Bon Jovi suffered a painful leg injury on stage in New Jersey, but limped through his band's final set and vowed to resume performing.
Concertgoers posted videos on YouTube from the Friday night concert showing Bon Jovi struggling after he was hurt.
"Jon Bon Jovi sustained a torn calf muscle," a spokesperson for the 48-year-old rocker tells PEOPLE in a statement. "Jon made light of the injury and went on to close the show with their hit, 'Living On a Prayer.' The band ended the night together, thanking the capacity hometown crowd, and assisting Jon off the stage."
After a day off on Saturday, Bon Jovi planned to perform Sunday night in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. "The injury will not prevent Bon Jovi from playing any of their upcoming stadium dates this summer."
Originally posted 07/08/2008 12:00PM
Jon Bon Jovi gave Detroit’s East Side something to sing about Monday. The Grammy winner helped knock down a block’s worth of buildings to make room for five new homes.
The houses are being built by a partnership between the rocker’s Philadelphia Soul Charitable Foundation, the Saturn car company and Habitat for Humanity.
“I wanted to give something back to you,” the rocker, whose foundation provides affordable housing to communities in need, told the crowd, according to the Associated Press. After construction crews demo’d amid “Knock it down!” chants, Detriot-area Saturn dealers helped raise the first wall of a new home.
Bon Jovi, 46, in town for a concert that night as part of his Lost Highway Tour, gave a speech and then said he had to leave: “I have to go my day job now.”
Originally posted 10/23/2007 08:15AM
It's not easy being sexy, but someone's gotta do it. And it was country singer LeAnn Rimes's job to sacrifice her own health to get a music video shot with Jon Bon Jovi.
"We stayed up to 6 a.m. I was in a nightie in the middle of the street. It was freezing," she tells PEOPLE at Redbook Heroes: The Strength & Spirit Awards in New York Monday night. "I got a little bit of a cold from it."
Originally posted 10/06/2006 08:55AM
Jon Bon Jovi on Thursday announced an effort to renovate 15 rundown houses in Philadelphia's blighted north side.
Originally posted 08/29/2005 06:00AM
Reunited sweethearts Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal took in a little culture – and supported a fellow celebrity – when they attended Ocean's Twelve actor Scott Caan's photography exhibit at Los Angeles boutique Na'Pali. The couple, who arrived in Gyllenhaal's black Mercedes, checked out Caan's black-and-white shots, a mix of everyman and celebrity photos, including Angelina Jolie (who wasn't at the event).
Originally posted 07/09/2004 08:00AM
New York's Radio City Music Hall became a 6,000-seat Democratic convention Thursday night, as stars took the great stage to sing the praises of the new John Kerry-John Edwards ticket – and to pour $7.5 million into the campaign's coffers.
Originally posted 04/29/2004 9:00AM
Where is one to go after playing Jesus? Jim Caviezel, for one, hit the links – to play legendary golfer Bobby Jones in the biopic Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius (opening Friday). If that seems like an easy role after the enormous challenge of The Passion of the Christ, then perhaps you didn't know that Caviezel is, well, let's say, not a fan of the sport. "I wasn't into golf – I'd rather watch the paint dry, I'd rather watch Martha Stewart," Caviezel said at the movie's New York premiere this week. "I could care less about the Golf Channel or any golf. I like the fast sports. I like basketball, football, baseball – golf just never really interested me." So why star in a movie about a golfer? "I liked the story of Bobby Jones, I like what he stood for," Caviezel said. "He was a guy who was an amateur golfer that beat all the best in the world. ... (The movie is) about sportsmanship, it's about (the idea that) there's more to life than winning championships. I, like most people, wouldn't want to see it if it was just about golf."
Originally posted 04/01/2004 01:50PM
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea, have given birth to their fourth child, Romeo Jon, New York's Daily News reports.
Originally posted 11/14/2002 12:00PM
Jon Bon Jovi is not a man who can afford to be late for a show. Buckled into his black Dodge Viper on a Thursday afternoon, he roars out of the garage of his home, an imposing limestone residence that resembles a French château plunked down in central New Jersey. He shifts into high gear and in less than 10 minutes pulls into the parking lot of the local elementary school. He dashes into the principal's office to get a visitor's pass, which he slings around his neck.
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