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Exclusive Bon Jovi Footage!

Here is some exclusive Bon Jovi footage. Behind the scenes of the Circle Tour. Enjoy.

Bon Jovi parts ways with manager

PR Photos Jon Bon Jovi has parted ways with his longtime manager, Jack Rovner, according to the New York Post.

Depending on whose version you believe, either Jon and his good buddy Jack enjoyed an amicable parting of ways and will remain the best of friends -- or Jack got the axe after a number of screw ups.

The Post's Page Six says Rovner and his Vector Management were blamed for problems with $1,000 VIP concert tickets sold on the band's tour for their latest album, "The Circle." The pricey tickets were supposed to include a meet-and-greet and photo with Bon Jovi, but fans have been complaining they never got what they paid for. 

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Resident Bon Jovi fan reviews Bon Jovi book.

Getty Images As a huge Bon Jovi fan, I was eagerly awaiting the first official book release by the band.  Bon Jovi commemorated their 25-year career anniversary by putting out a book simultaneously with their album release of ‘The Circle’ and video documentary also titled, ‘When We Were Beautiful.’

If you’re anticipating a tell-all book from the New Jersey foursome, then you may be disappointed.  Far from it, this coffeetable book stems from conversations with director and photographer Phil Griffin while he films the documentary, and only offers a glimpse into the dynamics and inter-working of the band.  It's not your typical auto-biography consisting of juicy groupie stories, bitter fights or gratuitous cussing, but rather a wholesome tale of the mutual respect the band members have for one another, which contributes to their longevity.

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Bon Jovi sues his own tribute act

Getty Images Second public service announcement of the week: If you happen to have seen an all girl band performing in a small venue under the name of Blonde Jovi, it was not, I repeat, was NOT Bon Jovi that you saw. Blonde Jovi and Bon Jovi are two different things. I would have thought this would be fairly obvious but Bon Jovi's lawyers feel otherwise and, in an unfortunately Prince-like move (Prince sued his own fan club), have ordered the Los Angeles based tribute band to change their name to avoid any confusion.

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Who had the highest grossing tour of 2008?

Getty Images In your face Bon Jovi hater.

The numbers for the biggest tours of 2008 are in and Starpulse reports that Bon Jovi has secured the year's highest grossing tour, beating out competition from Madge and the Boss.

Betcha thought it would be Madonna didn't you?

According to Billboard, Bon Jovi's Lost Highway international tour brought in $210.6 million, just ahead of Springsteen's Magic Tour, which grossed $204.5.

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