October 25, 2020 11:14 pm
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video bon jovis biden concert hits the bottom of the career barrel with this pathetic turnout

This has gotta be the saddest thing you’ll see all week.

Jon Bon Jovi held a concert for Joe Biden, and needless to say, it was living on a prayer.

From Boston.com

Rock star Jon Bon Jovi gave a small concert at a drive-in rally in eastern Pennsylvania for Joe Biden on Saturday, performing three songs and praising Biden’s response to the coronavirus.

The rocker took the stage in Dallas, Pennsylvania, wearing a black face mask that he peeled off to play acoustic versions of “Who Says You Can’t Go Home?,” “Livin’ on a Prayer” and “Do What You Can,” which was recently released and dedicated to those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Bon Jovi also pulled out notes to praise Biden, saying, “I wrote my comments down because I’ve never played at a drive-in with all the horns honking, so it’s a little different.”

The rocker added that “Joe knows that masks are not a sign of weakness, they’re a sign of strength.”

But the real embarrassment was the crowd size, which reportedly was somewhere around 12 people.

The even was supposedly only held for donors, but even so, this turn out is pathetic.

Check it out:

Well this just goes to show that no one can save Joe at this point.

Maybe Beyoncé could draw a crowd of 20, but that’s being generous at this point.

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