Jonas Brothers could be reformed as JONAS

Nick, Kevin and Joe in the 2008 photo.


Nick, Kevin and Joe in the 2008 photo.

Jonas Brothers fans get better Hold onBecause it has been reported that the band is finally coming back together.

A number of sources said US weekly that Kevin, 31, Joe, 29 and Nick Jonas, 26, are gathering for a tour.

It has also been reported that they will be rebranding as JONAS.

A source for The sun added further weight to the rumors, reporting that the brothers recently flew to London to plan the return, which is said to include new music and documentary, as well as the tour above.

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The brothers still have to deal with social media rumors, but the fact that Nick recently appreciated several tweets that allude to a meeting has given fans the hope that it will actually happen.

One of these tweets read: "11 years ago I became a fan of the Jonas Brothers but I never had the chance to see them live, if a meeting really happened I will be the happiest man on earth".

In the six years since they called the time in the band, Joe and Nick pursued a solo career in music, while Kevin founded a real estate development company and is the co-CEO of a company that connects companies and social media influencers.

The rumors of a Jonas Brothers meeting date back to the beginning of 2018, when the band reactivated their Instagram account.

They have not published anything since it was reactivated.

The band released their first album It's almost time in 2006. Their final record Lines, screws and test times it was released in 2009. During those three years they played two Camp Rock film, had their own Disney Channel series, and toured with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Avril Lavigne and Backstreet Boys.

They formally dissolved in 2013, citing "complications within the group".