The Jonas Brothers Open Up About Filming Their Confronting Documentary

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"You’re to blame Australia"

A day before they drop their highly anticipated documentary Chasing Happiness, the Jonas Brothers have sat down with Smallzy in LA to chat all about the film, overcoming their differences and working on new music.

The movie focuses on the personal lives of the Jonas Brothers, how they broke up and came together to release their first album in six years, and you will definitely need tissues when you watch it.

The JoBros talked to Smallzy all about how confronting it was to make the film, and the true reason they decided to create the documentary.

Oh, and you’re probably going to want to hug someone after you watch it.

During the group’s hiatus, Joe Jonas had a short stint in Australia as a coach on last year’s season of The Voice.

This gig earned Joe a 2019 Logie nomination for ‘Best New Talent’, but the big question is: will he come back to Australia for the ceremony to see if he wins?

The boys also played a game of ‘Name and Shame’, and it got rough!

Just like all siblings, the Jonas Brothers experience bathroom drama and were pretty quick to call out which brother spends the most time getting ready in the morning!

You can listen to all of the essential Jonas Brothers hits on Apple Music here:

Written By Lachlan Guertin

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