Jonas Brothers surprise Malia and Sasha Obama with a performance of three acoustic songs during their first night in the White House.
Enjoying their first night in the White House as the daughters of the United States' 44th president, Malia and Sasha Obama receive a surprise visit from their idols, Jonas Brothers. The singers are invited "to surprise the girls and their friends", serving as a prize for them as part of a scavenger hunt, which is purposely set to teach the girls a history lesson about the White House, ABC News reports.
While their parents Barack and Michelle Obama were making their rounds at 10 inaugural balls on Tuesday night, January 20, Malia and Sasha entertained some of their friends from their new school, Sidwell Friends, to a movie night, watching "Bolt" and "High School Musical 3: Senior Year". The fun didn't end there as the girls then had a scavenger hunt around the White House to learn its history.
Making their way around the house and guessing the answers to trivia questions given to them during the scavenger hunt, Malia and Sasha were surprised when they found Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas behind the final door in the East Room. The Jonas boys themselves "had a blast," a spokesperson for the trio revealed.
Kevin, Joe, and Nick reportedly came to the White House with their parents. The entire family was sneaked in through the East Portico and played three acoustic songs for the Obama girls and their friends. They, additionally, also posed for photos with each of the young guests at the occasion.
Prior to their meeting at the White House, Malia, Sasha, and Jonas Brothers had met back stage at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Besides, the singer brothers also performed in front of the first daughters at "Kids' Inaugural: We Are the Future" on Monday night, January 19. The threesome reportedly even brought the girls onstage during their performance of their hit song "Burnin' Up."