The Jonas Brothers Reactivated Their Instagram and Fans Can't Stop Freaking Out Over a Possible Reunion!
Jonas Brothers... back together again?!
That's what fans of the pop rock band believe after their Instagram account, @jonasbrothers, was mysteriously reactivated Monday night.
One of their backing musicians, Ryan Liestman, sparked even more speculation, posting a pic of himself posing next to the heartthrobs. "Family reunion," he captioned it.
Naturally, Jo Bros lovers couldn't keep their cool, taking to Twitter to express their thoughts on the possibility of a musical reunion between real-life brothers Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas. See some of the most hilarious (and very accurate!) reactions below:
Although none of the guys have confirmed whether or not they intend to officially resurrect the band in 2018, Nick was well aware that Jonas Brothers was a trending topic on Twitter. He shared a screenshot to Instagram Stories, simply captioning it, "Whoa."
As many fans pointed out, the reactivation comes at an interesting time, as this year marks the 10th anniversary of their third studio album, A Little Bit Longer, their first to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Currently, the latest photo on their Instagram is a picture that was taken ahead of a show they performed in Boston on July 22, 2013, shortly before they deactivated their social media accounts. They officially announced they were splitting up on Oct. 29 of that year.
ET spoke with Nick in 2015 about the breakup, and the possibility of a Jonas Brothers reunion in the future.
"You know, I think that I'm happy to be doing my own thing," the "Jealous" singer, who launched his solo career following the split, said at the time. "We're all kind of happy to be doing our own thing. We chose being a family first and not a band. Tough decision but it was the right thing for all of us."
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