Jon Bon Jovi
The worst phone call Jon Bon Jovi ever received? When he found out his 19-year-old daughter had overdosed. Fortunately, the singer says she's doing much better now....
Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi
Jersey boy Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band got 12.12.12: The Concert for Sandy Relief off to a rollicking start Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden with a poignant opening set that included "Land of Hopes and Dreams," "Wrecking Ball" and "My City of Ruins."
The concert donated 100 percent of its proceeds to the Robin Hood Relief Fund, a large-scale relief effort launched specifically to aid people in the tri-state area whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The concert was telecast commercial-free on 37 television networks in the U.S., as well as on radio stations and streaming sites around the country and...
Stephanie Rose Bon Jovi and Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi has opened up about his daughter's overdose, saying, "We'll get through it."
His 19-year-old daughter, Stephanie Rose Bongiovi was...
Stephanie Rose Bon Jovi and Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi's daughter, Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, is no longer facing drug charges because of an amendment made last year to New York law, People reports.
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Children Romeo, Stephanie Rose, Jacob with Jon Bon Jovi and wife Dorothea Hurley
Jon Bon Jovi's daughter Stephanie Rose Bongiovi was arrested on Wednesday morning after overdosing on heroin, a Kirkland, N.Y., police spokesman confirmed to TVGuide.com.
Police arrived at a Hamilton College dorm after the local volunteer ambulance reported that a female had allegedly overdosed on heroin and was unresponsive. A small quantity of the drug was found at the scene. Upon further investigation and a warrant, police searched the dorm and found heroin, marijuana and other drug paraphernalia. Bongoivi, 19, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of marijuana, criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Brian Williams and Jon Stewart
Friday's telethon to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy raised nearly $23 million, NBCUniversal and the American Red Cross report.
"We are incredibly grateful and humbled by this outpouring of support for those who are suffering as a result of Superstorm Sandy," American Red Cross Chief Marketing Officer Peggy Dyer said in a statement.
Stars align on NBC to help victims of Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together
As the eastern seaboard deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, NBC gathered the best and brightest stars and musicians for a telethon that would hopefully ease both the emotional and financial pain.
Hosted by Matt Lauer, Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together featured first-hand stories of those affected by the hurricane, whether that was...
Kaitlyn Dever, Tim Allen
I'm a sucker for tradition, and there are probably worse ideas than ABC reviving the "TGIF" concept of family-friendly sitcoms on Friday night. Depending on your generation, you may find yourself thinking nostalgically of watching The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family with the babysitter, or growing up with the Full House-Family Matters-Boy Meets World-Perfect Strangers brand of ABC comedy. Hold on to those memories, because unfortunately, there are few shows this season worse or more grating than tonight's Malibu Country (8:31/7:31c), where the beachfront corn grows awfully and annoyingly high.
NBC will broadcast a one-hour telethon Friday to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged the East Coast earlier this week.
Matt Lauer will host Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together, which will be broadcast live from New York CITY on Friday, Nov. 2 at 8/7c.
Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson
Those writing about the inexorably declining ratings of American Idol will have to stand down for at least a day as the amateur talent competition stayed even with last week in the industry-prized 18-to-49 demographic, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.
Now, we'll have to see if the cliff-hanger involving the hopeful who fainted and fell off the stage gooses the ratings for Fox. (By comparison, fair or not, NBC's The Voice grabbed 17.69 million viewers with a 6.6 demo rating Monday night on its first regularly scheduled airing.)