The Jonas Brothers took over Elvis Duran and the Morning Show to celebrate the release of their comeback single, "Sucker," but not before ransacking Elvis Duran in his bedroom at 4 AM to share their idea!
The trio opened up to Elvis about how hard they worked as a family to get to the point where they are today. Nick, 26, revealed that when they officially called it quits back in 2013, things were not good between the brothers. The reconciliation was initiated by a documentary they began filming together in 2018. Nick suggested a musical reunion after filming began and eventually Joe, 29, and Kevin, 31, opened up to the idea.
"I think we just started spending a lot of time together, filming again. I think we realized that there was a magic when we were together that we missed." He continued, "Because when it ended it was not, it was not good. It was you know a challenging couple years of kind of rebuilding as family and I think in our minds it seemed like would be impossible to ever do this again. But thankfully there was some good healing that happened in the filming of the documentary and now looking up. You know, almost a year later, we’re in the best place we’ve been as family. Which is the most important thing. And then from there, this music and this new chapter... it’s just been incredible."
Get the full interview + pics with the Jonas brothers and Elvis Duran below.