Jon Bon Jovi Unveils Wife Dorothea's Sweet High School Yearbook Love Note

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Jon Bon Jovi recently shared a photograph of a note that Dorothea Hurley, his high school sweetheart and wife of 35 years, wrote in his senior yearbook 44 years ago. The "Livin' on a Prayer" standout sat down with Kelly Clarkson on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Thursday (June 6) for a special segment titled "Behind The Photo" where guests describe inside information about what was going on behind the scenes of a specific photo.

Bon Jovi got candid about dangerous music video snaps, camping in the desert for photoshoots, and a cute note written by his wife over four decades ago. The note in question, spread across the artist's senior yearbook page, reads:

"John, write a sequel to 'Bobby's Girl' but name it 'She's Johnny's Now,' love Dot." The "You Give Love A Bad Name" star revealed that he wrote a song titled "Bobby's Girl" in high school when Dorothea was dating his best friend.

"It was a song I had written called 'Bobby's Girl.' One of the first original songs I'd written. And she was dating my buddy Bobby and he went off to join the service as did my other two best friends and they all joined the Navy and it was my senior year of high school. And you know...I just fell in love with the girl sitting next to me in history class."

And the rest was (literally) history!

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