AceShowbiz - Young and famous are the two things that U.S. band %cJonas Brothers% and German band %cTokio Hotel% have in common, aside from the various accolades they've won which earn them praise from their dedicated fans. Attempting for career expansion in a bid to win people's hearts to be the first best, both bands are about to cross each other's country.
Nevertheless, the competition is fair as both bands had been spotted getting friendly during this year MTV Video Music Awards, held in L.A. on September 7, where they were nominated for the same category, Best Pop Video. Putting aside their many yet unique differences, all bands' members struck poses for the camera, standing side by side and having each other's back when they met shortly before the awards show in New York.
Considered as America's nowadays greatest pop band, Jonas Brothers were first established in 2005. All the boys, %cKevin Jonas%, %cJoe Jonas% and %cNick Jonas% are biological siblings. They were first catapulted to international stardom with their hit single "Year 3000" (2006). Having a successful music career, they currently are invading the small screen, starring in Disney's highly anticipated "J.O.N.A.S!" Taking into account their many accomplishments, earning prestigious awards like the Teen Choice Award and Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award thus isn't something new for the threesome. Attempting for career expansion, the boys have been taking their promotional tour, aimed to boost the sales of their latest album "A Little Bit Longer," to Madrid, Spain earlier this month.
Of rock genre, Tokio Hotel is a huge band in German where they were first formed back in 2001. Consisting of twin brothers %cBill Kaulitz% and %cTom Kaulitz%, the band's formation also is built by %cGeorg Listing% and %cGustav Schafer%. The guys have a very strong fan base in the country and already sold millions of album. Talking about accolades, they have scored a number of award nominations as well as winnings. Their last award winning of the 2008 MTV Video Music Award for the category of Best New Artist for their single "Ready, Set, Go!" which is the English version of "Ubers Ende der Welt", the second single off their second album titled "Zimmer 483", proves they also have the hearts of people in the U.S.