Nick Jonas would celebrate Jonas Brothers' Grammy nomination by playing football with friends, whereas Joe Jonas would simply have some Pinkberry.
Instead of celebrating their Best New Artist Grammy nomination in big way, Jonas Brothers prefer to have a low key festivity by having a football game. Besides, they also opt to have some Pinkberry.
Nick Jonas told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards nominations on Wednesday night, December 3 in Los Angeles, "We really like football. So, possibly a nice flag football game with some of our friends" when asked about how he and his brothers will celebrate the nomination. Joe Jonas, on the other hand, said he would have "some Pinkberry." He explained, "It's like having ice-cream, but afterwards you don't feel like, 'Oh, I just had a bunch of ice cream.' You feel like, 'All right, I feel good.'"
Responding to Joe's statement, Pinkberry CEO Ron Graves commented, "We're super excited that they love Pinkberry! Please tell them to come by and celebrate at one of our stores!"
Jonas Brothers, recognized for their album "A Little Bit Longer," vie for Best New Artist Grammy with the likes of Adele, Duffy, Lady Antebellum, and Jazmine Sullivan. Previously, they have expressed their gladness over the Grammy nod, telling MTV News they were "grateful" with and "appreciate" it. "The air just kind of leaves your lungs. It was kind of awesome!" Kevin Jonas said in a statement.