AceShowbiz - Attention, Jonas Brothers fans! Your favorite band is reportedly planning their reunion six years after their disbandment. Multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly that the family band will drop the "Brothers" from their band name for the upcoming reunion and will operate under a single moniker: JONAS.
In addition to that, The Sun reports that their reunion will include new music and documentary, which will follow their journey to stage a comeback six years after breaking up. "This is going to be one of the biggest music reunions in years," an insider tells the publication. "It's no secret that things weren't great by the end of the Jonas Brothers, but blood is thicker than water and they're healed their rift in the years since the split."
The source continues, "After enjoying solo success and taking time to work on passion projects, they feel that now is the right time to get back together." For those who don't keep up with Jonas Brothers after their split, Nick Jonas has released successful solo material as well as starred in a slew movies, while Joe Jonas fronts band DNCE. On the other hand, Kevin Jonas is focusing on his family life.
Neither Kevin, Joe nor Nick has responded to the report, but fans on social media are already freaking out. "A Jonas Brothers reunion would be the best thing to ever happen in 2019. I need it to happen!" one fan tweeted, as one other simply posted a GIF of Steve Carell's Michael Scott exclaiming, "Oh, my God! Okay, it's happening!"
A Jonas Brothers reunion would be the best thing to ever happen in 2019. I need it to happen! pic.twitter.com/ZkaMqohVn5— ♡ SIMONE ♡ (@SimonexLouise) February 18, 2019
Jonas Brothers previously sparked reunion rumors after their Instagram account was reactivated in early last year, though Nick debunked it. "We just hung out for a weekend all together and then I guess our Instagram was restarted or reopened. Um, but I can say right now there's no reunion planned," he said at the time. "But never say never -- you never know what's going to happen."