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The Bon Jovi lead singer is going to help Avon launch its new fragrances for males and for females in the fall of this year.
Being reported to have died of cardiac arrest during a world tour concert, the Bon Jovi lead singer assures fans he's alive and well by posting a photo of him holding up the sign on Facebook.
Battling hunger in New Jersey, the Bon Jovi singer tries to eliminate the soup kitchen stigma with Soul Kitchen that allows diners to pay a donation or perform volunteer work in return of meals.
Speaking in a recent interview, the 49-year-old rocker blames Steve Jobs for creating iTunes, which he believes makes children no longer enjoy the 'magical' experience of buying records in a store.
A young woman, blessed with a pregnancy, fears that she might be the latest target in a murderous tradition after her husband undergoes a strange and fearful metamorphous.
The Bon Jovi vocalist will portray a successful rocker who once ditched Berry's character but later he meets her again at a party.
The rocker won't rule out that someday he would return to acting but added that it is now in the bottom of his list.
Local police raided the party due to noisy sound, but Jon Bon Jovi managed to persuade officers to allow him one more song.
Blasting former tour manager Rich Bozzett who outs a series of racy pictures of the rocker, the rep says, 'As far as his attempt to cash in on alleged experiences he had 21 years ago? No comment.'
A spokesperson for the rocker is adamant that the recent leg injury will not affect Bon Jovi's remaining summer dates.
The Bon Jovi frontman no longer works with Jack Rovner but insists he did not fire the manager over a VIP ticket package incident.
During his spare time in between Bon Jovi's U.S. tour, the lead singer visits shelters and housing program which he does as a reserach for the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.
In this video, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Leona Lewis, Susan Boyle and many other musicians are seen answering the Haitian's plead for help by making a charity song.
The actor, who did not wear his seatbelt when the accident occurred, was thrown off the Jeep and later pronounced dead at the scene.
Leona Lewis opens the remake of R.E.M.'s song with her vocal, followed by Rod Stewart, Mika, James Blunt, Susan Boyle and many more.