Watch Nick And Joe Jonas Reunite To Perform A Throwback Hit


Mon, May, 7 by

As if reactivating their Instagram account in January wasn’t enough to make JoBro fans everywhere go ballistic, Nick and Joe Jonas caused the crowd to catch the “Lovebug” at SunFest in West Palm Beach on Saturday.

During Nick’s set at SunFest, he introduced big brother Joe to the stage as a surprise guest so that the two could play acoustic hit “Lovebug.”  It was it the sing along of a lifetime.

In a fan video, you can hear the crowd was going absolutely wild, especially when the two put their arms around each other mid-performance to share a brotherly bonding moment.

Joe was in town to perform with DNCE at SunFest on Sunday, so it made perfect sense that he joined Nick on stage for the world to have one more nostalgic taste of the 2008 Teen Choice Award-nominated love song.

Nick and Joe shared a photo of the noteworthy moment on Instagram, both writing witty captions. “Who let this guy on stage” Nick joked, while Joe captioned his with “Shared the stage with one of my biggest fans yesterday. Love ya bud keep it up!”

Fans are still crossing their fingers for an official Jonas Brothers reunion, but with Joe announcing his engagement in October to Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, he may be too busy with the love bug himself for any major reconciliation to take place.

As for Nick, he’s continuing to reap the success of his solo career, contributing to the Ferdinand soundtrack with the song “Home,” which was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, and releasing huge singles including “Remember I Told You,” featuring Mike Posner and British singer-songwriter Anne-Marie.

As for oldest brother Kevin, he’s occupied with acting as Dad of the Year to daughters Alena Rose Jonas and Valentina Angelina Jonas, while at the same keeping busy with his post-JB career as a contractor. Let’s not forget that this busy bee has also created a food app in 2015 called Yood, and is in partnership with the video-sharing app We Heart It.

No matter what new ventures the trio takes on, we‘re keeping high hopes that the brothers will continue to surprise us with more mini comeback performances.