The Reason Jon Bon Jovi Won’t Be Singing In His Son’s Wedding

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When it comes to his son Jake’s upcoming wedding to actress Millie Bobby Brown, don’t expect to see Jon Bon Jovi grabbing the mic for a performance.

The engagement between Jake Bon Jovi and Millie Bobby Brown was announced in April, and wedding plans are now in full swing.

However, the idea of Jon Bon Jovi serenading the couple on their big day isn’t in the cards. Millie Bobby Brown explained on the Today show why Jon Bon Jovi won’t be singing at the wedding, saying:

“I feel like that’s asking me to go and do a full-on play for everyone. I think the man needs a break, he doesn’t stop. He’s always doing tennis or singing lessons. I think he needs a break. A three-hour break.”

Brown also praised her soon-to-be husband for his involvement in the wedding planning, which has made the process relatively stress-free for her.

She mentioned:

“Jake is very involved. He’s very helpful during the whole process. I’ve never felt alone in it, which I think is really nice. I’m always like, ‘Is this a good idea? Is this a good idea?’ But ultimately, it’s just a very intimate day for the both of us, and we’re really both very excited.”


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As for Jon Bon Jovi, he is reportedly thrilled about the upcoming wedding, even though some may think that Jake, 21, and Millie Bobby Brown, 19, are too young.

In May, the Bon Jovi frontman shared his perspective, saying, “I don’t know if age matters. If you find the right partner and you grow together, I think that would be my advice really: growing together is wise. Growing together. I think that all of my kids have found the people that they think they can grow together with, and we like ’em all.”

In the world of music, Bon Jovi released their latest album, “2020,” in—you guessed it—2020. Their most recent tour consisted of 16 performances in the spring of 2022.

As for the ongoing rumors of a reunion with Richie Sambora, the estranged guitarist expressed his openness to it in June but clarified that it’s “not even close” at the moment. Sambora left the band in 2013 to spend more time with his family.