When the Jonas Brothers reunited last year, the world nearly came to a stop. Prior to their hiatus-slash-break-up in 2013, tween girls everywhere had these guys on a pedestal. During their time apart, the brothers grew, seeking different musical ventures, getting married and even becoming parents to little mini Jonases. So, by the time "Happiness Begins" hit the scene, those fans had also grown up a bit -- but with no less obsession running through their veins.
Which is why their return has been such a hit, even resulting in a massive, wildly successful international tour. A massive, wildly successful, blessed international tour, apparently.
Nick Jonas took to Instagram yesterday after the Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series to shed light on a Jonas Brothers conspiracy, which he's calling the Jonas Blessing. It starts with Patrick Mahomes, who attended the "Happiness Begins" show in Kansas City on Sept. 22, 2019...and went on to help bring the Chiefs to Super Bowl victory the following February.
Not something necessarily of note, but Jonas goes on.
Cody Bellinger saw the Jonas Brothers live in Phoenix that December. Bellinger, of course, is first baseman for the Dodgers, who celebrated their seventh World Series win after taking down the Tampa Bay Rays in six games. (Jonas himself is a Yankees fan, so it must have pained him to admit he "helped" bring the Dodgers to victory.)
Lewis Hamilton, too, was at the band's last show in Paris on Feb. 22. Last week, Jonas said, "he won his 92nd Grand Prix, the most of all time."
"So, for all you athletes out there, wanting to win championships, Grand Prixs and everything in between, listen up: The key to success is to come to a Jonas Brothers show," Jonas said with a smirk. "And remember, it's not about how hard you practice, how naturally gifted you are. It's about...the 'Year 3000.' 'When You Look Me in the Eyes.' 'S.O.S.' And, of course, 'Sucker.'
Kevin Jonas tagged Barstool Sports in the comments with a "Just saying," and Nick's wife Priyanka Chopra responded with a mind-blown emoji. Hamilton actually threw some credibility in there, commenting, "It's true bruv, everyone needs a Jonas blessing," but, I mean, he did win, so I would be saying the same thing.
Anyone else convinced?