Malia Obama, Sasha Obama, The Jonas Brothers

Joe Raedle/Getty Images; Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

We have a pretty good hunch where first daughters Sasha and Malia Obama will be on July 13—at Washington, D.C.'s Verizon Center for the Jonas Brothers concert.

Like no duh, right?

"Hopefully, the family will come out and watch the show," Kevin Jonas told us during a JoBros conference call this morning with reporters to talk about their upcoming world tour. "They're always invited."

The boys surprised the girls earlier this year when the group showed up at the White House to give them and some friends a private concert, while mommy and daddy Obama hit 10 inaugural balls.

Our fave brotherly trio, who kick off their tour on June 20 in Dallas, also talked dating, South Park, college plans and…Elvis Costello?

On Dating: "We've got a lot going on in our lives, and I think for us, we're focused on that," Nick said. "And we keep a little time for dating, but for the most part we're focused on working on the TV show—we just finished that—and now with this new tour. We're really trying to connect with our fans. They're the most important thing in the world to us."

On South Park: They insist they didn't get to see the recent parody, but they don't mind some good-natured ribbing. "I think we always like that we can make fun of ourselves, and we'll be the first to say that was kind of fun," Kevin said.  

On College Plans: Nick isn't even a high school graduate yet, but he's already got college on the brain. "I've always talked about going to school at Northwestern," he said.

On Acting: Sure, they've rocked the music world, but the trio is hoping for more screen time. "More than anything, I think each of us has really gotten into the acting thing over the last six months with the TV show," Kevin said, adding, "We hope that it will be a great future for all of us."

On New Music: "The songs on the new album are all about things that we've really gone through," Nick said. "Personal experience is where we get all our inspiration from. But also, we've been working on trying to use metaphors to mask a literal thing that happened to us. Elvis Costello did that, and (we've been) listening to his music and trying to imitate that."

—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira

  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share

We and our partners use cookies on this site to improve our service, perform analytics, personalize advertising, measure advertising performance, and remember website preferences. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our Cookie Policy.