Livin' On A Prayer

lesliemac1216:

Bon Jovi
This Ain’t A Love Song
South Africa 1995

I absolutely LOVE the microphone stand throw he does. Thud. I’m dead.

That is awesome! He’s so dramatic! I love him so!

lesliemac1216:

JBJ 2006

lesliemac1216:

JBJ 2006

I so want to be his make-up girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (make-out?) he he

loopyloujovi:

This makes me smile :)

OMG! He’s like a little boy isn’t he?!

Oh God the 1st one I’m DEAD!!!!!!

loopyloujovi:

Perfect!

loopyloujovi:

Getting ready to hit the stage

See this was for the TV show Las Vegas.

loopyloujovi:

Another commercial in the making with Jon looking quite dapper!

#1

Oh no Honey this is when he was doing that Las Vegas this on the show when he was singing for his supper when he helped wrecked the show room.Remember?

loopyloujovi:

The Making of Bad Medicine for Japanese Advert

OMG! Kristi!!! Love this! Just look at Jon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was really surprised how close we’ve become during the show and it feels as if we already became ‘real’ brothers and as if I’m watching my little brother growing up. - Jensen on Jared

It’s from all of us, and it has written here, “Buffy Summers, Class Protector”.

ilovetheking-elvispresley:

I don’t know why I’m so amazed by this.

ilovetheking-elvispresley:

I don’t know why I’m so amazed by this.

mavrock1:

Thank You, James Garner, for Magnum, P.I.Selleck on how his mentor, James Garner, led him to his biggest career success, Magnum, P.I.: “I was a fan, and then I got to work with him on [The Rockford Files]. He gave me the pivotal advice of my career … I said, ‘I had an old contract at Universal, it’s over, and they’ve assigned me this show called Magnum, and I hate it. This guy’s got a Ferrari, and women on his arm, and I don’t like it.’ And (Garner) said, ‘Well, I’m not gonna give you any advice, except this: You don’t have any power. You’ve never done a show … if they want you, and they do, you’ll never have any more power than you do right now. And that’s all I’m gonna say.’ Well, I called my agent, and we told Universal, ‘I ain’t doing that show.’ And they said, ‘Who in the hell do you think you are? You’ve never been on the air, and you’ll never work again.’ I said, ‘Well, okay.’ And then they brought in [producer] Don Bellisario, who put a whole new show [together], much more Rockford-esque, and it changed my life.”

mavrock1:

Thank You, James Garner, for Magnum, P.I.
Selleck on how his mentor, James Garner, led him to his biggest career success, Magnum, P.I.: “I was a fan, and then I got to work with him on [The Rockford Files]. He gave me the pivotal advice of my career … I said, ‘I had an old contract at Universal, it’s over, and they’ve assigned me this show called Magnum, and I hate it. This guy’s got a Ferrari, and women on his arm, and I don’t like it.’ And (Garner) said, ‘Well, I’m not gonna give you any advice, except this: You don’t have any power. You’ve never done a show … if they want you, and they do, you’ll never have any more power than you do right now. And that’s all I’m gonna say.’ Well, I called my agent, and we told Universal, ‘I ain’t doing that show.’ And they said, ‘Who in the hell do you think you are? You’ve never been on the air, and you’ll never work again.’ I said, ‘Well, okay.’ And then they brought in [producer] Don Bellisario, who put a whole new show [together], much more Rockford-esque, and it changed my life.”