Bon Jovi spokesman Ken Sunshine told Page Six: “Rich is remembered as a nice enough guy who was eventually in over his head as the band’s success grew.
After coming clean about the relationship in an interview with Playboy TV, Lund told “Extra,” “People have been asking us for years, have we, haven’t we, and we’ve always thought that putting the business side of things first was much more sensible.
I brought him to a bunch of local doctors and eventually to a hospital where they actually tried to pull them off individually with tweezers.
Jon came running out screaming, ‘Let’s get out of here.’ ” Lane couldn’t be reached for comment.
“Anyway, in Japan, nobody has any body hair, so they never even heard of ‘crabs.’ much less have the meds to get rid of them.
“Meanwhile, Jon has a coat of fur like a goddamned pony and the crabs were everywhere.
We spoke with Richie about his views on fashion, women and his very atypical life as a designer.
“It may have been from a visit to a public bath house, or too close social contact with all the fashion models,” Bozzett writes.
So we've had our secrets, to say the least." She added, "I was kind of put on the spot yesterday on live television while promoting my pop single ‘This Is It’ when I was asked that question again. " On the professional side, the duo’s Nikki Rich clothing line is having an amazing year.
She confessed that Richie told her ahead of time that if Playboy TV asked if they were dating to “tell them I’m a good F**K! ” Lund gushed, “Richie is an amazing man, we work well together, and behind the scenes we have great chemistry. “We’ve just signed ‘The Walking Dead’s’ Emily Kinney for our spring collection, plus our billboard campaign just started in Hollywood and we are in talks to do a TV show.
It’s hard to believe that it’s over a year since Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi. It was announced that Richie wouldn't be part of the upcoming "Because We Can" tour, which was strange to long-time fans of the band. Finally, in November of 2013, Richie Sambora made a statement, saying that he quit the group to spend more time with his family. I missed a lot of my daughter’s life.” Meanwhile, Jon Bon Jovi had made a very serious bid to purchase the Buffalo Bills football team. This is a true VIP event with one show on December 8. As to Bon Jovi, the band, their latest album is 2013’s “What About Now,” released before the big split.
Sambora was a fixture in the group’s long history until last year. However, Jon Bon Jovi recently made a few comments about what has to be a painful split for this very popular band. “I just started spending time with my kid between [tour] legs, and my spirit wouldn't pull myself out of the door,” he said. I think people don’t understand exactly what that means. There are a lot of auxiliary events surrounding the main event. The band is still going strong after 30 years, with or without Richie Sambora.
Jon [Bon Jovi] and I had written the song, and it obviously was something we would have wrote when we were in our 20s—it didn't actually fit the style of what we are saying now, being more grown-up. Now we fast forward six months, and I'm walking around my house one day and I said, "You know, that really sounds like a cool name for a women's fashion line." So I called my agent and I started to meet people, and he hooked me up with this wonderful girl, Nikki Lund, who had an existing company called Eccentric Symphony.