The Jonas Brothers formed in 2005 and became global singing sensations off the back of Disney TV movie Camp Rock.
The trio just dropped the music video for a new single, "Sucker" and the lyrics are all about love so guess who's starring in it?
The other power couple of the Jonas family, Joe Jonas and Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner also gave glimpses from the video shoot of "Sucker". We really had the best time shooting this video in England with our family.
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The setting is an English countryside manor, decked out in party balloons for the occasion.
So whether you wanna channel Olivia Colman screaming at people to CLOSE THEIR EYES or whether you wanna channel Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas all serving looks on the grounds, you're in luck.
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There's even a very Mad Hatter dinner party. And while they had all said that the end was gradual, guess it was no end at all! Their residency begins on Monday. The wait for nearly five years has been totally worth it, we say.
As the music lovers are still looking into the details of the dramatic video, Priyanka shared some interesting behind-the-scene pictures from the making of the single on her Instagram handle.
The band officially disbanded in 2013 after a hiatus followed by a brief reunion that ended due to "friction" among the brothers.
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