Jonas Brothers did an ambush makeover, surprising a pair of contest winners at a JCPenney store fashion show, following a couple teens around as they selected a back to school outfit as young girls in the store buzzed with excitement seeing the sibling pop trio. Afterward, the JoBros posed for some photos with the pair in their new duds. Watch it via YouTube below.
Nick Jonas has posted several clips on his UStream, including a chat with Joe Jonas about the new ‘Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam’ movie on Friday (September 3) before it premiered on the Disney Channel. Another features the sibling pop trio in a van after performing just hours before the premiere. Watch the clips below.
Nick Jonas shared his favorite song from ‘Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam’ and Frankie Jonas talked about a funny experience dancing on the movie and trying to keep up with Alyson Stoner. In a second clip, the sibling pop trio talked about everything that’s different in ‘Camp Rock 2’ from the first movie and shared a funny story about when Nick’s pants caught on fire.
“There was a space heater in this tent that we were in,” Nick explained. “I was standing next to it and wasn’t really paying attention. The whole cast was in there trying to stay warm because it was freezing outside. I was standing there all of the sudden, my leg really itches. I looked down and my white pants, the left leg was literally on fire, like in flames. I looked down with a delayed reaction and put the fire out.” The incident left Nick’s pants with a black streak and Kevin joked it was his favorite memory from the filming.
The video clips at YouTube have since been removed.
Popstar! had an exclusive interview with Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas, where they clued fans in on what’s in store for ‘JONAS L.A.’ “That relationship between Stella and Joe starts… something starts happening,” Joe Jonas explained. “Even more than in the last episode that you saw in the coffee episode.” Watch the comments via YouTube below.
Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers were spotted on the red carpet of ‘Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam’ in New York City on Wednesday (August 18) at Alice Tully Hall. Demi apparently didn’t hear when asked to give back to school tips, while the Jonas Brothers advised kids to have fun and not be nervous. They also said they sat around and watched television to get ready for the premiere. Nick and Kevin even offered hugs to the reporters. Watch footage via YouTube below.
Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato performed at the premiere of ‘Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam’ following the movie’s screening at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall on Wednesday night (August 18). The set included the sibling pop trio performing ‘Heart and Soul’, ‘Lovebug’, ‘This Is Our Song’, ‘Play My Music’, while Demi performed ‘It’s On’ and joined ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas in a duet of ‘Wouldn’t Change a Thing’.
On the red carpet, Demi talked about working with her ex. “We’ve obviously had our ups and downs, but no matter what, we’ll be best friends for a long time,” she said.
Watch the performances via Popstar’s YouTube channel below.
Jonas Brothers will kick off the 2010 US Open at the 15th annual Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day presented by Hess on August 28th at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. Joe, Kevin and Nick will also be joined by Demi Lovato as well as Nick Cannon and tennis stars Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick, Kim Clijsters and Novak Djokovic for the full-day tennis and music festival.
Jonas Brothers are giving fans another new music video from ‘JONAS L.A.’ that won’t be seen on the Disney Channel until next weekend. Watch the sibling pop trio performing ‘Hey You’ via YouTube below.
A promo for the new ‘JONAS L.A.’ episode ‘And… Action’ has been posted at the sibling pop trio’s YouTube channel. It airs on the Disney Channel this Sunday at a new time 9pm. The show will also include the premiere of the new Jonas Brothers music video for ‘Invisible’. Watch below.
Jonas Brothers are out with a music video for ‘Make It Right’ (actually it’s more of a Joe Jonas solo ballad) featured on the sibling pop trio’s Disney Channel show ‘JONAS L.A.’ Watch it via YouTube below.