Jonas Brothers: Nick Jonas assures brother Kevin siblings are ‘still a band’ in SNL monologue
28 Feb 2021 12 19
The Jonas Brothers pose for a photograph.
Nick Jonas swore to his sibling Kevin that the Jonas Brothers are still a band in his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live.
Nick performed double duty on Saturday (27 February) as both host and musical guest.
As he delivered his monologue, the camera turned to his older brother Kevin, who was sitting in the audience.
Kevin took this as an occasion to humorously ask Nick whether the Jonas Brothers, the pop-rock trio they form with their sibling Joe, still exist, despite Nick’s numerous solo projects.
Nick Jonas, from left, Joe Jonas, and Kevin Jonas, of the Jonas Brothers, perform at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards.
“I’ve got to ask,” Kevin said. “Are we good? Because I see you’re doing a lot of solo stuff. Are we still a band?”
“Of course,” Nick replied, to which his brother followed up with: “Are you sure? Because I just bought a house.”
“The band is still together,” Nick stated. “I promise.”
The Jonas Brothers released their most recent album together, Happiness Begins, in 2019, ending a 10-year hiatus. Prior to that, their latest release (and their fourth studio album overall), came out in 2009.
Nick Jonas recently unveiled a new solo single, “Spaceman”, which he performed on SNL. A solo album with the same name will follow on 12 March 2021. It will be Nick’s fourth studio album overall.
In addition to those, Nick has pursued separate projects as a coach on The Voice and as an actor.