A very cold looking Jon Bon Jovi grimaced as the chilly June breeze tousled through his hair. With sunglasses to see through the thick London clouds and down at the hundreds of fans waiting below, he smiled as he divulged that whilst in London, he'd be "supporting the home team" when England kick off their World Cup campaign against the States in Africa this Sunday.
The band looked amazing at the very central top spot of the dome, and as Sky News' exclusive coverage cut short halfway through the opener We Weren't Born To Follow, they continued on through Superman, You Give Love a Bad Name and It's My Life.
The correspondent mused how many other bands might put posters up or take out ads in the local papers to announce the start of their London residency. Not Bon Jovi however; "we'll play anywhere" he beamed, "if you don't have electricity, we'll bring our own!"