Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers perform on NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Plaza on May 12, 2023 in New York City.

If you grew up in the 2000s, then you probably remember the Jonas Brothers’ music being played on Disney Channel and on their radio station. “Year 3000” was their iconic hit single in 2006 (they still play it!). Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas starred and then starred in Disney Channel’s Camp Rock (2008) and its 2010 sequel. They also had their own Disney Channel Television series at the same time, Jonas, which ran for two seasons from 2009-2010.

After a hiatus as a group between 2010 and 2011 to pursue solo projects, the boys reunited in 2012 to record a new album. It was ultimately canceled following their break-up in 2013. Six long years later, the group reunited with the release of “Sucker” in 2019. The song became the band’s first number-one song and the first number-one by a boy band on the Billboard Hot 100 chart since 2003’s “Bump, Bump, Bump” by B2K. Kevin, Joe, and Nick all got married during this time. Now, all three of the brothers have children with their wives.

The Albums

With six studio albums under their belt, the Jo Bros are about to embark on their 35-date North American tour from August 12 until October 16. Their newest record, The Album, will be the main feature of their tour, along with songs from their self-titled 2007 album, 2008’s A Little Bit Longer, 2009’s Lines, Vines and Trying Times, and 2019’s Happiness Begins. They don’t include their 2006 debut studio album, It’s About Time but will be performing their fan-favorite “Year 3000” from the album.

In a recent interview, the Jonas Brothers were asked to rank their six albums. Joe’s rankings were: 1. The Album, 2. Happiness Begins, 3. A Little Bit Longer, 4. Jonas Brothers, and 5. Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Nick’s choices were similar, ranking The Album as no. 1, A Little Bit Longer in second, Happiness Begins in third, and the fourth and fifth picks are the same as Joe’s. Kevin’s choices were completely different, besides everyone ranking The Album as the top spot and Jonas Brothers coming in second. His full answer gets cut off as his brothers heckle him for listening to their music while sitting on the toilet watching The Office simultaneously.

See below the funniest videos the Jonas Brothers have posted on social media:

  • Many Thank You's

    Taking turns one by one, each Jo Bro calls out thank you’s to the other two (with a special shoutout to “bonus Jonas” Frankie). They captioned the February post of the Hollywood Walk of Fame: “There’s quite a few different ways you can say thank you.”

  • Smash or Pass? 'The Album' edition

    Joe hilariously flips through song titles off their newly released album, The Album, in the most ridiculous neon outfit. As he lands on “Wings,” he says with the voiceover, “Smash,” and smiles.

  • Turntables

    Sharing this throwback video from four years ago, Nick and Kevin are rotating a table. Joe perfectly times it to walk into the room after they complete this and says in a nerdy voice, “Oh, how the tables have turned.” Cue the simultaneous Jo Bro arm-crossing. This was such a corny and adorable way the band announced they were getting back together in 2019.

  • The Struggle of Learning Your Discography

    Posting a photo of a spreadsheet of their songs, the Jo Bros use the hilarious Nicolas Cage/Pedro Pascal meme from the 2022 comedy film, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent to accurately convey the struggle of re-learning all 101 songs (for Nick and Kevin). Meanwhile, they say that Joe will be reading from the teleprompter most nights.

  • Daily Meditation

    Ever try to get into that zen state of mind, but can’t because the voices inside your head are too loud? Well, it’s the same for the Jonas Brothers, who hilariously portray that feeling with their song “Wings.”

  • I Think They Feel It

    We love our favorite celebrities absolutely losing their s— when appearing on Hot Ones. The Jo Bros hilariously cut their 2019 episode by zooming in on their faces of pain with the lines “I Feel It” playing over and over from the song “Wings.”

  • Choose Your Character

    Oh boy, the Jonases really went for the most random, hilarious characters using the viral “Super Smash Melee Menu Theme Remix” by Jim Walter. There’s Joe “Trucker Hats Are Back Jonas,” Kevin “It’s Vegan Leather” Jonas, and Nick “I was actually born in Dallas, TX” Jonas.”

  • Waffle House x What Dreams Are Made Of

    In probably the most iconic mashup to date, Joe dances and sings along to their song “Waffle House” with Hilary Duff’s 2003 song from The Lizzie McGuire Movie, “What Dreams Are Made Of.”

  • Riveting Interviewers

    The Jonas Brothers “interviewed” staff members of BBC Radio 1. Kevin is stuck on the question: “Is cereal soup?” Meanwhile, Nick has got some good cliches to ponder. While inquisitively humming, Joe asks who is the favorite Jonas Brother.

  • The Tour. On Sale

    In this epicly edited video featuring Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop,” Nick hits a victory pose and inaudibly yells as the Jo Bros celebrate their tour tickets being on sale.

  • 24 Hours Ago

    Showing off his impeccable writing skills, Joe sings about things fans must check out:
    His stuff
    His fit
    24 Hours with Vogue.

    As the camera pans to his brothers, Nick is astonished at his songwriting talent and says, “This is why they pay you the big bucks, Joe.”

  • Lyrical Questioning

    While appearing on Chicken Shop Date in May, host Amelia Dimoldenberg awkwardly asks the Jonas Brothers questions by using their song lyrics.

  • You're Excused

    Getting Korean boy band TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT) as collaborators for this hilarious video, they bump into Joe. Nick ends up joining TXT’s side and says, “And I’m not your brah.”

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