Jon Bon Jovi is set to appear on TWC-Dimension's new series If I Wasn't a Rock Star, where he'll return to his hometown to consider how life would be different had he not become famous.

The new reality show will strip rock stars of their agents and representatives as they head home for their reflective journeys.

"I was drawn to this project simply because it will be a celebration of the working men and women of this country," the New Jersey native said in a statement to Variety. "They are the real rock stars."

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Bon Jovi will serve as the series' executive producer with Bob Weinstein and TWC-Dimension's Patrick Reardon.

Frank Rainone and Teresa Sorkin will develop the show for Prototype, with 3 ball Entertainment's Todd A. Nelson and Brant Pinvidic also executive-producing.

"We couldn't be more thrilled to be teaming up with Jon Bon Jovi and the teams at Prototype and 3 Ball to bring If I Wasn't a Rock Star to audiences," Weinstein said in a statement. "The series will offer music fans a chance to see their favorite stars as they've never imagined them before. We can't wait to see what other amazing talent comes on board."

If I Wasn't a Rock Star has yet to set a network or air date.

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