Fans hankering for a reunion of pop act The Jonas Brothers got their wish on Tuesday, except for one thing. They didn't play any songs. Neither did any other musicians. In fact, the only entertainment on hand for the brothers was courtesy of a few world-class tennis players.
That's because the trio at one point or another during this year's U.S. Open were taking in the action at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York. And while they were there strictly as spectators, it didn't take long for a few fans and some paparazzi to focus on the boys who briefly became the center of attention.
Nick Jonas and fiancé Priyanka Chopra were seen hanging out in the stands with Joe Jonas with his fiancé Sophie Turner, taking in a court showdown that saw Serena Williams easily defeat Karolina Pliskova in two sets. A selfie taken by Turner neatly documented the foursome, which garnered just less than two million views 16 hours after being posted on Instagram.
And on Monday, Joe also hung with Kevin, his older sibling at the event, which saw the two chugging lagers in a brotherly contest, followed by a funky dance from the bleachers. It was in short, a minor diversion from the shocking upset when Australia's John Millman beat top-seeded Roger Federer that night.
So, yes, all three lads were at the U.S. Open, just not all at the same time.
Don't expect a musical get-together anytime soon, though. Besides having strong solo careers, it appears that romance is more appealing than the concert stage to the bros these days.
Nick and Priyanka, who have were engaged in August, spent some time at a farm in Mexico, before hitting the slopes at California's Mammoth Mountain. Joe and Sophie have been spotted frequently in New York, having been engaged since 2017, although they haven't announced a wedding date. And Kevin's been married to Danielle, who stars in Game of Thrones, for nine years.
If anything, just hanging together, even in the wake of their official breakup in 2013, is proof that they would rather be a family than a band. Why ruin it if someone wants to break out the guitars?