Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has further fuelled rumours he is set for a political career after having an intense two-hour chat with former US vice president Al Gore.
The star met the politician-turned-environmentalist in New Jersey on Friday, despite last month dismissing claims he was considering following in the footsteps of Arnold Schwarzenegger and running for office. Bon Jovi fuelled speculation of a politically-minded career change by hiring public relations guru Ken Sunshine - once chief of staff for former New York mayor David Dinkins - with his history of performing at fundraisers for high-profile Democrats including Al Gore and John Kerry, hinting he planned to enter the field.
His latest meeting with Gore has reignited rumours Bon Jovi wants to become a politician. A source told Britain's The Mirror : "They both love music and were discussing Robert Plant's new album. Politics came up too. Maybe Jon was getting a few tips." - Wenn