So, about that Jonas Brother reunion. Well, all that clamoring — years after the trio went their separate ways — was put on hold once again, this time for a real union that was the stuff of celebrity.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra made it legal at a Christian ceremony in India on Saturday, doing it first class in the palatial confines of the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The style jury around the world was impressed with Chopra's wedding gown, custom designed for the occasion by Ralph Lauren, while Jonas was decked out James Bond-style in a dashing white tuxedo.
And because it was a big-time Jonas bash, the rest of the bros showed up. Kevin Jonas made it to the proceedings with wife Danielle, as did brother Joe with his love, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner. Performance artist Lily Singh, best known as Superwoman on her YouTube series that boasts more than 14 million subscribers, also made an entrance for the occasion. Other luminaries reportedly on the guest list included celebrity stylist Mimi Cuttrell, billionaire Mukesh Ambani and Lauren himself.
It stands to reason that the mega-designer would get an invite, as both were wearing his signature designs at the 2017 Met Gala in New York, where the two first met. The two remained in contact for a year, before seriously dating four months ago.
While Jonas has been a star in music circles for years, the rest of the western world had to get to know Chopra, whose credentials include winning the Miss World beauty pageant in 2000 and landing a role as an FBI recruit in the ABC action drama Quantico. She's since starred in the Baywatch movie adaptation with actor Dwayne Johnson.
The reception turned out to be an east-meets-west hootenanny in itself, with Chopra performing a traditional Indian dance for the guests, while Jonas serenaded her with a tune. There's no word about whether the rest of the brothers joined in on any other singalongs that night, however. Because if they did, it would have marked the ideal occasion to stage a reunion with the rest of the world eagerly waiting for how the proceedings went.