The Jonas Brothers and Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones along with the Salvation Army are helping make the holiday great for those in need. The sibling pop trio, Jones, and the Salvation Army Commissioner Israel Gaither chatted with FOX 9 Morning co-host Tom Butler about the Red Kettle Campaign. When asked whether they prefer white or dark meat turkey, Kevin said white meat as well as cranberry sauce, while Joe said “dark meat all the way”, and Nick said “I’m a ham guy myself.”
Video of the interview aired Wednesday (November 26), has since been removed at myfoxtwincities.com.
Jonas Brothers Pitch New Book On ‘Good Day LA’
The Jonas Brothers dropped in on ‘Good Day LA’ via satellite from New York to talk about their new book, ‘Burning Up: On Tour with the Jonas Brothers’. They talked about having their Thanksgiving dinner at Texas Stadium during the Dallas Cowboys/Seattle Seahawks game, the whole dating gossip – which they sidestepped in favor of discussing the book, and how the brothers actually really do get along.
“I think we have a respect for each other, being in a band together,” Kevin Jonas suggested. “As well as brothers. We’ve really been raised as kind of best friends and we always hang out. Our friends are each other’s friends and we always have good times.”
Video of the interview, aired Friday (November 28), at myfoxla.com has since been removed.