The Jonas Brothers are back babyyy.
Last night over Instagram Live, Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas announced a new concert documentary was about to drop on Amazon Prime, called Happiness Continues.
And the best news? If you share your Zoom meeting IDs, the superstar singing sibling trio just might join your viewing party this weekend.
Happiness Continues is a new concert film by the Jonas Brothers exclusive to Amazon Prime. HD performance footage of the boys dressed in a set of colour coordinating monochromatic hot pink, teal and navy blue blazer and pants suits? Sign us up. Kevin’s glow up collection of guitars slung over his back and shoulder? Hell to the yessss. Nick’s dreamy face and demigod-like arms? Call me an ambulance because I was not ready…
Featuring the “Jonas Sisters,” Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra Jonas and reality TV star and owner of jewelry company Moments, Danielle Jonas, and a cheeky cameo from the youngest un-official member of the Jonas Brothers, Frankie Jonas, it looks like a great emotional rollercoaster for us rn, ngl.
“I thought I was done with the Jonas Brothers,” Joe admits in the beginning of the trailer. “Hell no.”
The doco will drop at midnight ET in the U.S. on Amazon Prime, so, approximately 2pm AEST today, folks
Share Ur Zoom IDs But Be Cautious Of Zoom Bombers
But, undeniably the best news about this is that there’s a chance we might actually get to meet our faves (well, as best we can during the Covid-19 pandemic). In a tweet shared on the band’s official Twitter account, the boys shared that if you host a Zoom viewing party and text them your meeting ID, there’s a good chance they might pop in and say hi.
For us Aussies, the Jonas Brothers will be making Zoom cameos from 10am Saturday AEST. Whether the text will even go through or how much it’ll cost given it’s an international number is unclear, but we can safely say that there’s no harm in trying and the boys are for sure worth it.
And, really, what’s a better way to spend your Saturday morning in self-isolation than a good morning message from *the* Jonas Brothers?
Quick tip, we recommend one of these aesthetically pleasing Zoom backgrounds and chaotically fun game ideas to play with the boys in case they join. Just, FYI, don’t share your link publicly or you’ll risk being Zoom Bombed by a total stranger, like the true story of a nude stranger Zoom Bombing a local queer DJ night last Friday.