Bon Jovi's PR announced that Richie Sambora wasn't going to be on tour with the band for "personal reasons," and now we know what those might be.
Apparently Jon Bon Jovi tried to make Sambora go to rehab, and Sambora was all, "No, no, no." Or maybe he used a Vocoder and was just like, "It's my life." Either way, he didn't want to go.
Seriously, we practically gave this one away so hard you had to know it wasn't Bruce Springsteen, but Jon Bon Jovi who owns this upscale penthouse. Because it's his life and it's now or never ... okay, we're done now. Promise.
With another season of 'X Factor' blessedly in the bag and off our television screens, the search begins for new judges to try and save the sinking ship that is this ratings bust of a show.
And if you liked the messy duet that LeAnn Rimes did a few weeks ago, you're in luck -- you may get her on the show full-time. Meanwhile, Jon Bovi Jovi has given a definitive no.
Because celebrities love nothing more than a good cause they can say they helped out with, a whole lot of them stepped out for Wednesday night's 12-12-12 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
But let's not forget: It was totes about the Hurricane Sandy victims!
Last week we told you that Jon Bon Jovi’s 19-year-old daughter Stephanie was arrested after a reported heroin overdose. The charges against her were later dropped and she's in recovery, but Jon himself stayed silent.
Now the singer is speaking out about the ordeal -- and he seems to be in pretty good spirits.