Bon Jovi Comes Through Big for Home State

Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
2:43 | 07/09/13

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We begin with rocker john jn bon jovi. He went to his hometown in new jersey, and presented a check for $1 million to go towards superstorm sandy recovery. He thanked the unsung heroes who have volunteered and given so much time and effort, for the cleanup after the storm. He reminisced about playing at his street block parties. And thinking back then how he had really made it big. He never forgets where he came from. A way to go home. There's a lot more needed in the cleanup of the areas that were hit by sandy. People need not to forget that. That's what he's saying, as well. John bn bon jovi. If you need inspiration to get in shape this summer, why not pick up "espn" the magazine. There's something for everyone. Some of the great athletes -- that's gary player. Some of the greatest athletes of our time, showing off their gifts. Kenneth faried of the denver nuggets. Oh. Snowboarding champ, elena height. It was cold out. fans, pitcher matt harvey. And gary player, who may be used to getting out of the rough. But can he do it in the buff? He looks good. 77 years old. 77 years young. That's called the body issue. The body issue, always one of the most popular. Thank you, espn, for giving us another look. Have all of the athletes at the espys next year. I'm more vited about that than them getting the award. The body issue. I'm not kidding. We're doing a "gma" the body issue. No. Let's move on, shall we? Instead of that, let's eat. This might be the most perfect snack ever for "pop news." Popcorn, but infused with wine. Pino noir, or on kettle corn. They're made by populance here in new york city. You slow down there. Infused with wine from new zealand. No need to be over 21 to enjoy the snack. It's cooked at 325 degrees, which burns off the alcohol. What's the point? I love it. It's lemon. Lemon? You have to swirl it around your mouth a little bit. There's an after-taste. Cheers, everybody. That's "pop news." Sam? When I saw you pull out the

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