The Jonas Brothers may have been to the year 3000, but it's 2019 and they're back with a surprise reunion.
On Thursday, the Jonas Brothers officially confirmed their reunion after blacking out their group's Twitter account for a few hours. The trio came together and released "Sucker", on March 1. This is their first song release in six years and needless to say, the internet is in their feels.
The Jonas Brothers will premiere their new song on The Late Late Show With James Corden during their weeklong takeover starting Monday, March 4. The takeover will consist of interview, sketches, performances, and of course, carpool karaoke. According to reports from 2013, the group initially broke up due to conflict over the direction their music was going. As it stands, the brothers seem to have found a way to mesh their individual styles and ready to get back on the music charts. Nick Jonas said that he and his brothers have been keeping their reunion a secret for the past seven or eight months, but with over 30 songs in their vault they're ready to share with the world.
The Jonas Brothers apparently performed their new single along with some of their old hits at a secret show in New York on Friday, and rumor has it they are already thinking about plans for more live performances. Can you say reunion tour?!
Are you excited to see the JoBros back together?