The Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas

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We're suckers for a JoBro performance! 

The Jonas Brothers are set to perform at the 2019 American Music Awards. On Friday, dick clark productions announced that the band has been added to the star-studded list of performers, just one day after naming Ciara as the show's host

The "Sucker" singers will join Camila CabelloKeshaBillie EilishSelena GomezDua LipaLizzo and Thomas Rhett for a night that is bound to be filled with unforgettable performances. Unlike their fellow performers, the Jonas Brothers will actually be doing their set from their sold-out Boston tour stop with the help of T-Mobile, marking their first AMAs performance since 2007.

Also on the AMAs performance roster is Shania Twain, who will be performing a medley of her greatest hits for the November 24th show, and 2019 AMAs' Artist of the Decade Award recipient Taylor Swift.

Eager to share the exciting news with fans, the Jonas Brothers took to Twitter with a celebratory post.

"We're performing on the @AMAs from our #HappinessBeginsTour show in Boston," they wrote, posting a string of siren emojis. "It all starts Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8/7c on ABC. Make sure you tune-in!! #AMAs"

Performance aside, the AMAs could be a big night for the JoBros. The trio scored two nominations this year for Favorite Duo or Group—Pop/Rock and Favorite Song—Pop/Rock.

Other nominees include Post Malone, who scored seven nominations, and Ariana Grande and Eilish with six noms. Close behind the superstars are Swift and "Old Town Road" singer Lil Nas X, who both picked up five nominations.

See the complete list of nominees here.

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