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For the first time since his daughter's arrest and heroin overdose, Jon Bon Jovi has spoken out.

Charges against Stephanie Bongiovi have been dropped, but the pain remains for this rock legend and his family.

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"What I do for a living seems glitzy and glamorous, but if you don't take it too seriously, it's a great way to make a living," said the singer in an interview with Fox 11.

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Jon Bon Jovi's daughter Stephanie Bongiovi will not face criminal charges after her alleged heroin overdose at Hamilton College this week.

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The Oneida County (N.Y.) District Attorney's Office says it is dismissing all criminal charges against the rock legend's 19-year-old daughter.

The 21-year-old male student involved with Stephanie Bongiovi's overdose is also in the clear - legally, at least. Jon may have some words for him ...

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Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, the 19-year old daughter of New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi, was arrested at Hamilton College today.

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According to the the Town of Kirkland Police Department, via TMZ, officers responded to a report that Stephanie had overdosed on heroin in her dorm room.

Upon arriving at the scene, the authorities found Stephanie alive, along with a "small quality" of heroin, marijuana and other drug paraphernalia scattered around the premises.

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The President of the U.S. spoke to 6,000 supporters at an L.A. concert featuring Katy Perry, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Earth Wind & Fire and Jon Bon Jovi.

"Everything we fought so hard for in 2008 is on the line in 2012," Barack Obama told the Nokia Theater crowd. "And I need your help to finish what we started. I need your help."

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Living, breathing rocker and New Year's Eve star Jon Bon Jovi showed off his physique on a family Christmas vacation, while reading Bill Clinton's latest book. Nice.

As you can see, the Internet hoax that proclaimed Jon Bon Jovi dead earlier this month was B.S. - helpfully cleared up by the singer himself - and thank goodness.

What kind of person actually starts a Twitter hoax to kill off Bon Jovi, you ask? Well, we now know, as the person responsible for starting the rumor confessed!

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Pennsylvania musician Jeffrey Goho told the Asbury Park Press (N.J.) he started up the fake Twitter account in mid-December with the intention of offing Jon Bon.

He reported that the "Wanted Dead or Alive" singer passed away on tour in his native New Jersey. Since then, "I've gotten a lot of backlash from it," he says.

Stunning news right there. Goho recalls how it got started:

"All I heard was 'Bon Jovi this,' 'Bon Jovi starting a restaurant.' The Advil commercial. It was like, 'Jeez, (Bon Jovi) was a household name due to music, not business."

"Long story short, [my band and I] got so worked up in the conversation, I just kind of took the liberty and started (the rumor), because I was so irritated."

Makes sense. Totally worth fake killing someone over.

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Jon Bon Jovi may be wanted dead or alive ... but he's not the former.

He may sing about goin' down in a blaze of glory, but he has not yet.

We're here all day. Despite rumors that Bon Jovi is dead, we are happy to report that he has not been shot through the heart. He's still living ... and not even on a prayer.

Jon Bon Jovi Lives!!!!

As the rumors of Bon Jovi's death began circulating online last night, the rocker must've heard them, because he posted photo of himself in front of a Christmas tree.

Holding a sign that reads "Heaven looks a lot like New Jersey," with the current date and time, he gave a shout out to his home state while proving he's alive. Classic.

The rumor originated when some lame gossip site reproduced a 2009 L.A. Times story announcing the death of Michael Jackson and just put Jon Bon's name in there.

Bon Jovi's friend, David Bergman, posted the above pic on the band's Facebook page with the caption that Bon Jovi "is alive and well." Death hoax? Foiled, hilariously.

Kim Jong Il died for real though. That happened.

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Jon Bon Jovi has found a unique way to give back.

The veteran rocker and wife Dorothea have opened up a restaurant in central New Jersey named Soul Kitchen. It serves gourmet-quality dishes, many using ingredients from its very own garden, with one major twist: no prices.

Jon Bon Jovi in Portugal

Customers are simply asked to leave whatever amount they wish in an envelope on the table, with all proceeds going to charity. Those who cannot afford much, or would prefer to donate their time instead, are encouraged to volunteer.

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Considering Justin Bieber was named Artist of the Year, it's safe to say the American Music Awards skewed toward a younger generation last night.

But try telling that to Bon Jovi. The veteran band is releasing a Greatest Hits album this winter, replete with four new songs. It performed one of them at the ceremony over the weekend, transitioning from "What Do You Got?" to  ''You Give Love a Bad Name'' and ''It's My Life."

It was an impressive display from one of the world's most legendary bands. Check out Jon and friends in video and in photographs now:

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Duets don't get much more unexpected, or awesome, than this.

At a concert in Madrid last night, Bon Jovi broke out its classic single "Livin on a Prayer." The crowd was going ballistic enough over it when a special guest appeared on stage alongside the lead singer: Rihanna!

Tweeted the beautiful artist after the performance:

“Wait!…did I just rock out with Bon Jovi tonight??? WTFFFF!!!!!!!”

Yes, yes you did. See for yourself, readers, in the video below.

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When the union went on strike, did Tommy give up?

When tips at the diner were sparse, did Gina throw in her apron?

No and no. Therefore, legendary rocker Jon Bon Jovi - inspired by the characters he created for the iconic single "Livin on a Prayer" - continued with his concert in New Jersey over the weekend, despite a serious leg injury sustained during the set.

Said a spokesperson afterward: "Jon Bon Jovi sustained a torn calf muscle. [He] made light of the injury and went on to close the show... The band ended the night together, thanking the capacity hometown crowd, and assisting Jon off the stage."

The development won't stop Bon Jovi from playing every stop of its tour this summer. Watch the injured lead singer in action below:

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