Jon Bon Jovi is now joining the long line of stars who want to work with Susan Boyle.
Bon Jovi says he’d like nothing more. “I can see it now,” Jon said. “We could do a duet and some hot and steamy video like I did with Cindy Crawford. “I think she’s great. Susan is a huge talent and it would be interesting to work with her.”
Bon Jovi was speaking just days after Rolling Stone Mick Jagger fessed up that Susan's version of his classic (which he originally wrote about Marianne Faithful) was better than the original.
Speaking in New Zealand, Jagger said Susan's cover was " a ghostly version," and he said it was "much better than anything he had ever done.”
In the meantime, Susan's resting up ahead of the November 24 release of her debut album, 'I Dreamed a Dream."
She has returned from the U.S. where she garnered millions of new fans with her rendition of "Wild Horses" on "America's Got Talent," the stateside equivalent of the British show which made her a star.
Her pr assistant Nicola Phillips says the star is in "a very good place."
“She’s happy. Life couldn’t be better,” says Phillips. “She’s in a very good place.”
And as for the New Jersey rocker, do you think he's 'living on a prayer' or would Susan do a duet with him?