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Tom Cruise Singing Bon Jovi in Rock of Ages Video

Video: Shirtless Tom Cruise Belts Out Bon Jovi For Rock of Ages — Hear Him Sing in Even More Movies!

The newest trailer for Rock of Ages features Tom Cruise singing a Bon Jovi hit! Check out that performance and see more of Tom singing.

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Tom Cruise covers Bon Jovi in Rock of Ages! Hey there, I'm Karli Bulnes. Get a sneak peek of that performance and see more of Tom's onscreen singing in today's PopSugar Rush. "Oh I'm wanted, dead or alive!" Tom Cruise belts out Bon Jovi's biggest hit in the latest trailer for the upcoming film, Rock of Ages. The often shirtless A-lister plays rock star Stacy Jaxx, and while his abs are certainly impressive, Tom's stage presence is equally awesome to see! "I am going to light this place on fire" Fans of Mr. Cruise know this isn't the first time he's showed off his singing chops onscreen. Take a listen to Tom's musical history! "You never close your eyes anymore when I kiss your lips" In Top Gun back in 1986, Tom had the help of his fellow Navy pilots to get the attention of a certain leading lady. "You've lost that loving feeling now it's gone, gone, gone, whoa-oh-oh-oh." "Might as well face it you're addicted to love!" Mr. Cruise was too cool in 1988's Cocktail, seamlessly juggling bar service and singing. "And I'm freee! Free fallin." As Jerry Maguire in 1996, Tom made us smile when he sang several tunes behind the wheel. Three years later in Magnolia, he was singing along in the car again. "I'm not bragging babe, so don't put me down, but I've got the fastest set of wheels in town/she's my little deuce coupe, you don't know what I got." Then in 2005, Tom's rendition of the Beach Boys' "Little Deuce Coupe" was an emotional one in this scene with Dakota Fanning in War of the Worlds. "Take me to the disco, you may even get me out on the floor" This one wasn't in a film, but Tom took the stage at his birthday party in 2011 with future X Factor contestant Stacy Francis and sang a fun version of "Old Time Rock and Roll." Nevertheless, Tom's most memorable performance just might be this one in Risky Business back in 1983. OK, so he isn't really singing, but he makes lip-synching look so good, it counts. Rock of Ages will roll into theaters June 15th.