Teen idol Kevin Jonas and his bride Danielle are the latest star couple to enter the reality race with E!'s “Married to Jonas.” Why did they decide to put their relationship on the air? “We’re crazy!” Kevin told “Extra’s” Maria Menounos.The pair also told Maria that shower time and changing are off limits, but the must-see TV comes into play when the couple discusses their future and having children. “She wants to make sure I’m ready,” Kevin said. “She’s testing me.”
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The Jonas Brothers showed off their school spirit when they visited Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts on Tuesday. The talented trio played a concert for the kids and presented the school with 16 huge orange boxes containing $25,000 worth of school supplies.
Kevin Jonas is a new married man!
Jonas, 22, tied the knot last month with longtime girlfriend Danielle Deleasa, 23, -- and the newlyweds celebrated during a stop at Planet Hollywood Restaurant in Times Square over the weekend.
The couple recently returned from a romantic honeymoon in Mexico over the holidays.
According to a source on the scene, fans lined up next to the restaurant exit to get a photo with the singer.
Kevin Jonas is a married man!
The musician, 22, and Danielle Deleasa, 23, tied the knot during a snow blizzard Saturday in Long Island, New York.
The ceremony took place at Oheka Castle with 400 guests including actress/singer Demi Lovato. Brothers Nick and Joe served as Kevin's best men.
Danielle, a former hairdresser, wore a Chantilly lace Vera Wang gown and a silk-and-crystal flower in her hair.
Jonas popped the question in July when he surprised her at her New Jersey home and asked her to marry him with a cushion-cut diamond ring from Jacob & Co.
The Jonas brothers spent the last year giving back.
Joe, Kevin and Nick raised a whopping $300,000 for their Change for the Children Foundation in 2009, earning them a spot on Charity Folk's list of the 10 hottest celebrity draws. The band raised funds by auctioning off VIP meet-and-greet sessions on the Charity Folks website.
The Grateful Dead topped the list by raising $400,000 for charity and giving away tickets to their Spring Tour.
Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Dave Matthews, Bette Midler, Larry David, Alec Baldwin and Bruce Springsteen were among the superstars who raked in the dough for good causes.
Fans of the Jonas Brothers in Switzerland will have to wait to see their favorite boy band.
Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Nick Jonas pulled out of a concert Saturday night in Zurich, Switzerland, after Nick, 17, fell "ill with an upper respiratory infection of the nose and throat." The brothers announced the cancellation on their Twitter page, writing that Nick was sick and "the doctor has advised that he not speak or sing."
The Jo Bros wrote that this is the "first time that the Jonas Brothers have ever cancelled a show for sickness" and apologized to their fans for pulling out.
The singing siblings conclude, "The band, the management and the promoter apologize that the show must be cancelled on such short notice. We will do everything we can to revisit Zurich in the future and perform for our wonderful fans. Tickets can be refunded as of Monday, 9 November until 31 December 2009 at the presale agency."
Nick Jonas is going solo!
The Jonas Bro, 17, has started his own band, his mom confirms to Parade.com.
"Nick is working on a solo act -- it's called Nick Jonas and The Administration. Shhh!" Says his mother, Denise Jonas. "He's at the photo shoot for the album cover right now."
Denise also reveals that her son Kevin Jonas, 21, has set a wedding date with fiancée Danielle Deleasa.
"Kevin and his fiancée Danielle have set their wedding date -- but it's completely private," Denise teases.
She's a fan of Deleasa, to whom her son became engaged to in July.
"Danielle, bless her heart, is from a great little Italian family. She is everything I ever prayed for and hoped for Kevin," she said.