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September 30, 2006


McFarlane Toys has announced that Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora are the latest musicians to join their expanding collection of music action figures.

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September 24, 2006

Wedding bells for Denise and Richie?

Denise Richards is reportedly engaged to Richie Sambora.

The Bon Jovi guitarist is said to have popped the question last month and the couple are planning to wed as soon as Richie's divorce from Melrose Place star Heather Locklear is finalised.

Richie is believed to have broken the news to his bandmates earlier this

A source told National Enquirer magazine: "He said, 'I asked Denise to marry me and she said yes!' He told everyone to get used to having Denise around."

Meanwhile, Denise is said to be locked in a new custody battle with estranged husband Charlie Sheen - over their pet dog.

The former Bond girl - who has two children with Charlie - let the Hot
Shots actor look after their dog Bettie for a period of time but now claims he is refusing to give her back.

The Wild Things actress is blaming Charlie's new lover Brooke Mueller for conspiring to take the beloved dog from her.

A source said: "Denise thinks Brooke doesn't want Charlie to hand the dog back and she is furious."

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September 21, 2006

Keith Urban and Bon Jovi Surprise Crowd at Charity Show

Keith Urban and Bon Jovi's Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora made surprise appearances Tuesday night (Sept. 19) at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium during songwriter Craig Wiseman's annual concert benefiting the Second Harvest Food Bank. Wiseman's numerous song credits include Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying" and "The Cowboy in Me" and Kenny Chesney's "The Good Stuff" and "Young." Also performing Tuesday were Alabama lead vocalist Randy Owen, Brooks & Dunn's Ronnie Dunn, LeAnn Rimes, songwriters Tony Mullins and Jeffrey Steele and guitarist Dann Huff. Owen sang several Alabama hits, "Tennessee River" and "Lady Down on Love," and LeAnn Rimes' performance featured "Something's Gotta Give," written by Wiseman and Mullins." Accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, Keith Urban delivered "Making Memories of Us" and his current single, "Once in a Lifetime," while Bon Jovi and Sambora performed "Living on a Prayer," "Who Says You Can't Go Home" and "Wanted Dead or Alive." Ronnie Dunn was backed by a church choir when he closed the evening with "Believe," the Brooks & Dunn hit he and Wiseman co-wrote.
Music stars rocked the Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday night for a good cause. Bon Jovi and Keith Urban surprised fans at the annual Second Harvest Food Bank benefit concert.� LeAnn Rimes, Ronnie Dunn of Brooks and Dunn, and Randy Owen of Alabama also attended the benefit. The proceeds from the show went to support Second Harvest.

Posted by riesambo at 03:11 PM |

The Oprah Winfrey Show

Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora also pitched in to make Bon Jovi Boulevard a reality and says it's amazing to be able to see where his money has gone. "I had tears in my eyes back there, I really did. It warmed my heart," Richie says. "I'm so glad we can do all that stuff."

Posted by riesambo at 02:04 PM |

September 20, 2006

Bon Jovi To Hold Music City Fundraiser


Bon Jovi will be in Nashville Tuesday night.� Bon Jovi has been coming to Music City since the early 1990s because he loves the songwriting community.� He, along with Richie Sambora, will join LeAnn Rimes, Ronnie Dunn from Brooks & Dunn, Randy Owen from Alabama and more at the Ryman Auditorium for a fundraiser.� Tickets cost $40 and all proceeds go to the Second Harvest Food Bank.� The show's organizer, songwriter extraordinaire Craig Wiseman, said there's a good chance that Mr. Nicole Kidman will play as well. Persistent country singer Rodney Atkins has scored his first number one song, about ten years after he got his record deal.� “If You’re Going Through Hell” topped the chart at number one and on Monday night, Atkins held a number one party.� His 4-year-old son Elijah also attended the party. In other news, Hank Williams Jr. faced assault charges in a Memphis court Monday.� Williams is accused of hitting on and eventually choking a 19-year-old waitress.� On Monday, the waitress, Holly Hornbeak, said Hank should be punished.

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September 13, 2006

Richie chose hamburger

Richie Sambora's Bon Jovi bandmates are less than thrilled with his romance with Denise Richards. A source with the band told janetcharltons

hollywood.com, "They miss Heather (Locklear, Sambora's estranged wife)." Jon Bon Jovi and the other bandmembers love Locklear and "they don't say anything to Richie, but behind his back they think he's a fool," the source added. "They think Heather was filet mignon and Richie chose hamburger

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Posted by riesambo at 07:08 AM |

September 10, 2006

Denise Richards and Richie Sambora Slam Engagement Rumors

HOLLYWOOD - Denise Richards�and Richie Sambora are hitting back at rumors they are engaged after they made their first public appearance as a couple on Thursday night.
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Fashion Rocks Benefit (video)

Upcoming Specials : First Look of Fashion Rocks (4:14)

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September 09, 2006

Richards and Sambora to Wed?

HOLLYWOOD - Denise Richards�and Richie Sambora are planning to be married in Positano, Italy, in May--exactly one year after they spent a romantic vacation there, according to media reports.
A rep for Denise Richards and Richie Sambora is denying a report that Sambora proposed to Richards on September 2. The story, published by Life & Style magazine, claims that Sambora asked for Richards' hand with a $100,000 9.5 carat ring that she's been wearing on her right hand.
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Fashion Rocks (Fashion Wire Daily)

Denise Richards and Richie Sambora arrive at the Fashion Rocks concert in New York on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006.(Fashion Wire Daily/Grant Lamos IV)

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September 08, 2006

Fashion Rocks Benefit

Actress Denise Richards, left, and musician Richie Sambora arrive at the Fashion Rocks concert, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.(AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)

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September 05, 2006



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