Loyal fans of the Jonas Brothers have been going crazy on social media, managing to even trend on Twitter! What could have made them react like that considering the sibling boy band has not been a thing for a long time?
Well, the possibility of them reuniting, of course!
Last night, the band’s Instagram account @jonasbrothers was magically reactivated!
What made people even more excited and sparked more speculations that they might have a comeback together after all of these years is that Ryan Liestman – one of their backing vocals – shared a photo that featured him and the three brothers, captioning it: ‘Family reunion.’
Fans who’ve grown up along with the heartthrobs are back to fangirl once again, despite being young adults now.
The nostalgia and the excitement were obvious on social media and they used a lot of hilarious memes to express what they feel about the prospect of a Jonas Brothers reunion.
‘If this Jonas Brothers Reunion Tour turns out to be real you best believe my 22-year-old self is pushing down some preteens for tickets,’ one fan wrote.
*hears one Jonas Brothers reunion rumor* pic.twitter.com/QTPDpK5B7m
— kathleen (@kathleenhayn) January 16, 2018
Despite the fact that neither one of the three stars has confirmed that a reunion is in the works, it does not mean that the fans’ efforts to show their dedication and support were overlooked.
Nick Jonas noticed that they were trending on Twitter, so he posted a screenshot that he captioned with ‘Whoa.’
Back in 2015, Nick was asked during an interview about a future reunion, and he explained that ‘I think I am happy to be doing my own thing. We are all kind of happy to be doing our own things. We chose to be a family first and not a band. Tough decision but it was definitely the right thing for all of us.’
Have they changed their minds?
Interestingly enough, the account’s reactivation happened on the anniversary of the boys’ third studio album titled A Little Bit Longer.
It was their very first to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The account was originally deactivated back in 2013.