Failing to sign Girls Aloud for their headlining acts in 'Burnin' Up' tour, Jonas Brothers plot to share stage with the girls for their next tour.
Jonas Brothers recently revealed that they are huge fans of hot female group Girls Aloud and had asked the girls to headline their recent series of live performances across America this summer. "We're huge fans of Girls Aloud. They are all really talented. We were looking into taking the girls on a U.S. tour this summer," Kevin Jonas said in a statement.
However, the two groups' busy schedules had prevented them from hooking up. "The timings didn't work out," Kevin added as saying. Due to the cancellation, the Jonas trio had then decided to sign "Barney & Friends" star Demi Lovato as a special guest in their "Burnin' Up" tour.
Even though they had failed to take the girls for this year's tour, the band refuse to step back and still want the U.K. girls on their stage. "Next time we're going to make sure something does happen," the teen boys explained.
Furthermore, the Jonas Brothers recently announce that they eye Britney Spears and Chris Brown as their collaborators for their future project. The band say that the possibility to mix their pop rock sound with Chris' R&B music is thrilling as the combination will be very unique. Meanwhile, for Britney, the threesome state that they admire the singer and if they get a chance to team up with her, their collaboration will be "crazy."