The Jonas Brothers want to explain to their adoring fans why they can no longer play together.
Here are five explanations the heartthrob siblings gave for their demise:
It’s a sad day for Jonas Brothers fans. After cancelling their tour three weeks ago, the boys have now called it quits... for the foreseeable future.
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.
The youngest of the Jonas Brothers, Nick, told "Extra's" AJ Calloway that he plans to run for president one day.
When asked by a fan if his aspirations were true, Nick said, "Yes, it's true. You gonna vote for me?" She responded with laughter, telling the pop sensation, "Maybe."
Years away from a presidential race, Nick, along with his brothers Joe and Kevin are gearing up for the premiere of their new Disney film "Camp Rock 2."
Check out what the brothers had to say about their camping experience as kids.
The Jonas Group, which reps the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Jordin Sparks, have recently signed a new musical group, Savvy -- stars of the new independent TV series "The Wannabes Starring Savvy."
Savvy, who recently walked the red carpet at the "American Idol" finale last Wednesday, features young talents [l-r] Alan Shaw, Andrew Bowen Stern, Drew Reinartz, Mariah Parks, Gabrielle LeMaire and Shaylen Carroll.