Apparently, there's some friction between the Jonas Brothers.
Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, who shot to fame after forming their boy band in 2005, have canceled their upcoming tour two days before it was set to kick off in Pennsylvania, E! News confirms (People first broke the story). And it turns out the reasoning behind it is all about the music.
"There is a deep rift within the band," their rep tells E! News. "There was a big disagreement over their music direction."
No other specifics on the situation were discussed, but ticket holders can expect to be fully refunded.
Although each band member has pursued different projects in the recent years—Nick and Joe's solo albums and acting careers, Kevin's reality show on E! and a baby on the way—the trio never seemed to show a sign of growing apart.
Just yesterday, the Jonas Brothers joined other musical artists, actors, world-renowned speakers and international activists at We Day Minnesota to educate, engage and empower 18,000 student leaders to change the world. The band performed their single "Pom Poms" and Joe shared his personal experiences from working with Free The Children to help build schools in Kenya.
Additionally, the three guys were spotted partying together for Nick's big 21st birthday bash in Las Vegas last month.
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