Jon Bon Jovi and Daughter Stephanie Adorably Dance to the Song He Wrote for Her: See the Heartwarming Moment!


Best daddy-daughter dance ever!

Jon Bon Jovi
invited daughter Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, 23, to share the stage during his concert in Las Vegas on Saturday as the rock legend sang the song he wrote in her honor, "I've Got the Girl."

"Everybody's got a little girl in their life," the singer, 54, told the audience. "Their daughter, their girlfriend, their wife, their mama. But it all goes by so fast! And they start out as little bitty babies and their future's looking bright. And I wrote this song for that little baby, who's now not such a little baby anymore."

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Moments later, Stephanie hit the stage to share an adorable dance with her dad -- with him sweetly planting several kisses on her cheeks by the end of the song. Watch below!

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Stephanie is the eldest of Bon Jovi's four children with wife Dorthea, whom he married in Las Vegas in 1989. The couple has been going strong ever since!

"I am just a lucky guy," he told ET in October. "I got it right the first time. It is just that simple. And I would not trade it."

But Bon Jovi also revealed that none of his kids are likely to follow in his musical footsteps.

"Nobody has any desire to get into this game," he said. "You know, it wasn't anyone in my family either. It was just something that was -- it was my calling. So, no, the kids aren't going this way."

See more from the interview below!

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