Jon Bon Jovi Attends Film Screening Without His Wife After Affair Confession

Jon Bon Jovi’s wife, Dorothea Hurley, was not there at Hulu’s special screening of ‘Thank You Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story.’

The event happened at IPIC Theater but the singer was alone on the red carpet. This came after Jon recently admitted he hasn’t always been faithful in their marriage. Some say Hurley missed the screening because she’s sick, but there’s been no official word.

Other Highlights From The Night

Bon Jovi dressed casually in a black T-shirt, leather jacket, and jeans. After the movie, famous people gathered around the singer at a party at Jean-Georges’ The Fulton. Stars like Jennifer Esposito, Will Estes, Denis O’Hare, Ari Melber, and Maye Musk sang ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ karaoke style.

The fact that his wife didn’t join him after his recent statements may show that their marriage is starting to fall apart. Earlier this week, the Bon Jovi vocalist joined an interview with and talked about his marriage:

“These are all the wonderful clichés of rock stardom. It’s about never lying about having been a saint, but not being a fool enough to [mess] up the home life, either.”

What Else Did The Singer Say?

He also talked about his relationship with drugs in the same interview:

“It was smoking something that was laced with something else, and I remember feeling out-of-body high and thinking, ‘I don’t like this. I don’t feel comfortable with this. It was scary, and I was so young that I was glad I had that sort of ‘scared straight’ moment. I couldn’t blame it on putting anything up my nose. The only thing that’s ever been up my nose is my finger!”

The rocker gave another statement about his marriage life on Good Morning America in a recent appearance. He stated:

“The magic for me has just been growing together with Dorothea [but] every day is a challenge and a change.”

Jon and his wife met in high school in New Jersey. They waited nine years to get married and tied the knot in Las Vegas in 1989. They have four kids: Stephanie, Jesse, Jacob, and Romeo. They also started the JBJ Soul Foundation in 2006 and opened three restaurants where you can pay what you can.