It has been claimed that Jonas Brothers spend their hard-earned cash to buy sports cars, furniture, laptop computers, flat-screen TVs and stereos.
Popular singing sensations Jonas Brothers are claimed to have been spending the $12 million they earned in 2007 rapidly to buy lavish things. Beside purchasing a Bel Air home and $2.8 million estate in Texas, the boys reportedly also blow their cash to buy sports cars, furniture, laptop computers, flat-screen TVs and stereos.
Interestingly, they might also spend their money to buy shoes and clothes as an insider tells In Touch Weekly, "They all love shoes, they really love good clothes." Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas are having Marc Jacobs' line as their favorites.
Despite the lavish expenses, the Jonas boys are said to be giving 10% of their earnings to a children's charity. The name of the charity isn't disclosed though.
On Thanksgiving, November 27, Jonas Brothers made a live appearance at "Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day" game in a nationally-televised halftime show, performing several songs such as "Tonight", "Lovebug", and "Burning Up".
Asked by the Associated Press on what they're thankful for this year, Joe said representing his brothers, "I think we want to be, most of all, thankful for the fans. This year, they've been always sticking around for us, always been there for us. The fans are the best. They've come to every concert. They've slept outside (of) venues. And we can't thank them enough."