Bon Jovi frontman Jon Bon Jovi shared old footage from his ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ music video with top model Cindy Crawford on his official Instagram page and thanked her for resurfacing the special video.

As you may know, ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ was originally released in 1960 by blues singer and pianist Charles Brown, and the song has been covered by many artists including The Eagles in 1978.

Jon Bon Jovi also released a cover version of the song on the 1992 holiday album titled ‘A Very Special Christmas 2’ and the cover of the song included a picture of supermodel Cindy Crawford and Jon Bon Jovi. In 1994, the same track was released under the name of Bon Jovi and the music video included Cindy Crawford and Jon Bon Jovi once again.

Recently, the beautiful model Cindy Crawford shared a backstage picture from the shootings of the music video on her official Instagram page in addition to a short video she posted via Instagram stories.

Here is what Crawford stated in the caption of her latest post:

“That time of year again #FBF BTS with Jon Bon Jovi shooting ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ with our friend Herb Ritts Foundation (in support of Best Buddies)!”

Jon Bon Jovi also shared the same video on his official Instagram page and thanked Crawford for pulling the video out of the archives. In addition to appreciating the efforts of Crawford for making a special memory for Christmas, Bon Jovi also thanked those who helped in the making of the video.

Here is what Jon Bon Jovi wrote in the caption:

Thanks for pulling this one out of the archives, Cindy Crawford! #FBF A clip from my ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ music video shot by our buddy Herb Ritts in support of Best Buddies.

Thinking of and thanking Eunice Shriver, Herb Ritts, and of course Cindy Crawford for making this memory.”

You can see the Instagram post and the music video below.