No time for Jonas Brothers to slow down. In between their hectic schedules promoting their latest LP "A Little Bit Longer" which has just been dropped on the market, the siblings took time to show up for the unveiling of their wax statues at Madame Tussauds in Washington D.C. on Monday, August 18.
The threesome; Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas, and Joe Jonas, took time that day to strike some poses with their wax figures, creating frenzy among a throng of fans who attended the event. Eldest brother Kevin's wax is seen smiling, wearing black outfits and a pair of white shoes with its hands holding a guitar. Joe's wax elsewhere wears a more formal outfit, pink-colored long-sleeved shirt and a matching tie, a black coat and a pair of silver shoes. As for Nick, his wax wears a coordinated blue clothes, plus a black bow tie, and a pair of white shoes. It is seen holding a guitar too.
A number of fans who were attending the event screamed and sang along with the words as Jonas Brothers' songs being played before the main event was kicked off. The brothers posed together with their statues for about five minutes before making a hasty exit, allowing fans to take photos with their wax likenesses.
All the boys, also on Monday, were seen visiting the White House to attend a briefing on diabetes, a cause they've been promoting, and tape a public-service announcement about national park, urging kids to get outdoors and stay active. During their time there, they reportedly signed their names to the wall of a swimming pool that was also signed by first lady Laura Bush among others.