"She hasn't heard it yet," the musician revealed to Access Hollywood
Jon Bon Jovi thinks his new song may be the one you — and your grandchildren — walk down the aisle to.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, the rock legend, 61, revealed he wrote one of the songs on his next album for his daughter Stephanie Rose Bongiovi's wedding day. (Stephanie has not shared any details about her significant other.)
"She hasn't heard it yet," Bon Jovi told the outlet. "It's called 'Kiss the Bride.' I promise you it's the wedding song of the next 100 years."
Aside from his daughter, Bon Jovi is also gearing up to celebrate the wedding of his son Jake Bongiovi, 21, and his fianceé actress Millie Bobby Brown, 19. Speaking to the outlet, the Grammy-winner said how excited he is about their relationship.
"They're growing together," Bon Jovi said. "We're really madly in love with both of them because they get the idea that they're in this together and we support it fully."
"She works very hard, he works very hard and we're really enjoying it," he added.
The couple also share a third son, 19-year-old Romeo.
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On Feb. 2, Bon Jovi was honored by the Recording Academy’s philanthropic organization for his contributions to music and philanthropy. A ceremony and tribute concert was held in his honor at the Los Angeles Convention Center ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards.
As this year’s honoree, he was recognized for his efforts in founding the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation to alleviate hunger and homelessness, and on the red carpet ahead of accepting his award, the musician also gave fans some exciting insight into his son Jake's upcoming wedding to Brown.
When asked whether he would perform at the nuptials of the couple, who got engaged in April 2023, he told PEOPLE exclusively: "Yes, definitely."
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