Bon Jovi Hitches Ride with Obama, Air Force One
When President Barack Obama isn't visiting the homes of celebrities like George Clooney to raise re-election cash, he's using Air Force One to spend quality time with pals like Jon Bon Jovi.
The New Jersey singer, a longtime Obama backer prepping to play a fundraising gig for the president, was caught heading toward an exclusive aircraft by eagle-eyed journalists.
The Bon Jovi frontman was spotted by reporters rounding a corner at JFK airport in New York City. After he was spotted, the White House acknowledged that he joined the president on the flight. A White House official said he was traveling as a "guest of the President."