Jonas Brothers Reunite for Colorful Performances on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Carla Harmon
May 14, 2019

Washington D.C., May 12: The recent "Saturday Night Live" episode turned into a courtroom for Jonas Brothers, as they took part in a parody called Judge's Court.

Emma Thompson, whose upcoming movie Late Night opens June 7, was joined for her opening monologue by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler - who gave a shout to her Netflix movie Wine Country - to riff about the joys of motherhood.

But halfway through the second song, they brought the nostalgia back by diving into fan favorite "Burnin' Up" from 2008.

But they walked away with a lenient sentence: dinner with the judges.

Earlier this month, the brothers announced a 40-date North American tour.

The brothers commanded the stage for their first set of the night, rocking the audience with their supremely catching single for one of the strongest SNL musical performances of the season thus far.

After rising to fame back in 2005, the boys hosted their own Disney Channel show and played to fans on eight regional and world tours, before embarking on their own separate solo careers after the band went on hiatus back in 2013.

Continuing the runaway success, 'Cool' has notched 70 million global streams and soared to #1 on iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top Music Videos Chart. Their hit, "Cake by the Ocean", reached No. 9 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Kevin appeared on "The Celebrity Apprentice", founded a real estate company, and worked as CEO for influencer marketing group The Blu Market Company.

Kevin was the first to enter the room and was later joined by wife Danielle.

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