Kevin, Joe and Nick, you just canceled your tour, but you should take this time to work out your musical differences. Don’t throw in the towel just yet. You’ve been so great together — you can regroup and come back better than ever!
Jonas Brothers, just because you’ve unexpectedly canceled your tour, which was supposed to start on Oct. 11, doesn’t mean you should even contemplate the idea of breaking up your highly successful and much-loved band.
Jonas Brothers Breaking Up? — Stay Together, Your Fans Need You
You’ve been together for eight years, since 2005, and you’ve grown up together while amassing millions of fans who love you and your music. Consider how lucky you’ve been to spend so much quality time together. How many brothers get to say that they have been this close to each other and shared so many wonderful experiences? Think about that before you make any decision about splitting up.
There is a “deep rift” within your band, your spokesman told People in a statement. “There was a big disagreement over their music direction.” It’s sad that you’re having problems right now, but isn’t there a way for you to channel all of your ideas about music into a new sound that will take the Jonas Brothers to a whole new level?
You’re all so talented, and having different ideas should be creative fodder — you just need time to work out your new sound. Each of you reportedly has a different vision of where you want to take the band — from pop to hard rock — according to TMZ. But if you take some time to develop songs as a group, don’t you think you could end up producing new and fabulous music together?
Jonas Brothers — You Can Still Make Magic Together
You need to think about your beloved fans. They are distraught that your tour has been canceled, and they’re freaking out that you might break up. They’re expressing themselves like crazy on Twitter:
I refuse to accept the break up of the Jonas Brothers. It isn’t happening nope.
— Megan (@MeganCamp) October 9, 2013
THE JONAS BROTHERS JUST BROKE MY HEART (SPECIFICALLY NICK….)
— Amee Rendon (@ameerendon) October 9, 2013
If the Jonas Brothers break up, I quit.
— Johanna Fritts (@johannafritts) October 9, 2013
— im kayelynne (@TheKayelynne) October 9, 2013
Kevin, Nick and Joe, I hope you’re reading the comments from your heartbroken fans. And that’s just because you’ve canceled your tour. They’re already panicked that you are indeed splitting up. You have to understand, your fans hear the word “rift,” they know you canceled your tour, and they’re fearing the worst.
Now, a source has told HollywoodLife.com that you’re taking the cancelation “super seriously.” Says the source, “They want to be around 30 years from now. So canceling a tour to get their sh*t together will pay off handsomely in their future.”
We really hope this is true because as much as you guys could have solo careers, you’ve already made magic together. Magic isn’t easy to recreate, and neither is the brotherly bond that you already share. So focus on all of the great times you’ve had together, all of the special experiences, and take this time to deeply reflect on why it’s worth fighting for the Jonas Brothers together.
But whatever happens, don’t ever let your musical differences get in the way of your relationship — because even worse than the band breaking up, would be you becoming angry and estranged from one another. The most important thing of all is to preserve the love that you have for each other and your family.
Don’t you agree, HollywoodLifers? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller