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Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan was still a teenager when Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles in , and he remembers feeling captivated by the extravagant royal wedding. When Princess Diana died in a freak car crash, spurred on by paparazzi, in , he was horrified. But the greatest thing the song says is that the future for her was her message, which is empathy and love. The answer: Objectivity. We told a human story. There were no winners and losers in that situation. Everybody lost a little bit. To capture the confusion, Bryan wrote different styles of music for each character. Charles gets rock songs with strings and orchestrations. He made the paparazzi sounds like the Clash.
The track was released on Ross's album Eaten Alive , and as a single twice - in and again in The single became Ross's second No. The song also hit No. In New Zealand , it peaked at No. In , the song broke the UK top 20 again also breaking the top 40 in the Republic of Ireland and France when it was re-released to commemorate her 30th anniversary in show business. The song fared poorly in the US, where it initially peaked at a disappointing No. A few months later, a remixed version of the song was issued as a single Ross performed this version of the song on the American Music Awards , which she hosted that year. The new version re-entered the chart and performed better, but with diminished momentum, it stalled at No. At the beginning of the video in black-and-white, Ross enters the TV studio and proceeds to perform the song in front of dancing spectators in a '60s-style live TV. The performance is intercut with a view from the station control room where producers are shown additional scenes appearing in color, confounding them on where the scenes are coming from.