They are the first voter registrants on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", doing it during their recent taping on the daily talk show for its fall premiere.
With the U.S. presidential election is coming near, Jonas Brothers have become the latest celebrities who have registered to vote. Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas, both of whom have reached the United States' age of consent, recently registered to vote during their scheduled appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".
Finding presidential election to be very important, the show's host Ellen DeGeneres is teaming up with Declare Yourself, the national nonpartisan, nonprofit youth voter initiative which aim is to pursue young adults to register and vote in the 2008 election, during the month of September to get people who make appearance on the show being registered for the highly anticipated cause. Kevin, 20, and Joe, 19, were the first voter registrants on the daily talk show.
It wasn't mentioned whether Kevin and Joe have the same president candidate. Ellen, meanwhile, is set to make an official announcement on her partnership with Declare Yourself on her show Friday, September 12.
Politics aside, Kevin, Joe, and brother Nick Jonas, who hasn't reached his legal age to vote, currently are in the U.K. promoting their latest Disney movie "Camp Rock". They are joined by co-star Demi Lovato.