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Bride-to-Be Campaigns for Jon Bon Jovi to Walk Her Down the Aisle

Image courtesy of AEG Live (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of AEG Live (via ABC News Radio)

Over the past couple of years, plenty of fans have launched online campaigns to have their favorite celebrity escort them to their prom, or their military ball, or to a similar event.  But one woman in Australia wants something truly unique from her favorite singer, Jon Bon Jovi : She wants him to walk her down the aisle at her wedding next month.

Australia's Daily Telegraph reports that the bride, Branka Delic , is due to marry her boyfriend Gonzalo "Gonzo" Cladera on October 12 in the same Las Vegas wedding chapel where Jon married his wife, Dorothea .  It just so happens that Bon Jovi is playing with his band in Las Vegas that same night.  The rockers will take the stage at 8 p.m., but Delic's wedding is at 2 p.m., so Branka figures that Jon could make it if he really wanted to.

In addition to tweeting the singer with her request, and setting up a Facebook page , Branka has created a website called BonJoviWalkMeDowntheAisle.com to plead her case.  "Bon Jovi…we're begging you…make this wedding happen," states a note on the site.  "There is plenty of time in the afternoon for you to come and walk [Branka] down the aisle before the show.  We're living on a prayer and we want you to come lay your hands on me and walk me down the aisle!"

The couple has also taken their bid for an unforgettable wedding day to NBC's Today show.  As for how her groom feels about this, Delic says, "Gonzo thinks it is all quite funny.  He's given me a [hall] pass if I meet [Jon].  I'm allowed one kiss.  He's just hoping to bump into Jessica Alba so he can do the same.''

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