The New Jonas Brothers Music Video is a Dance-Filled Blessing

Well Dance Spirit fans, it's official—we have been blessed with the first Jonas Brother music video of 2020. And just when you thought your favorite singing trio couldn't get any better, they came into the decade with one of the most dance-packed music videos we've seen in a minute.


In the video, the Jo Bros are joined by their stunning (and surprisingly graceful) wives to recreate three classic movies—Say Anything, Risky Business, and Grease. And while we'd never pick a favorite Jonas Brother, we have to say that Joe Jonas's Grease inspired sequence was our fave.

Joe (aided by his wife, Sophie Turner) took on the famous Grease dance sequence—performing original choreo from the movie. He and Sophie were joined by dozens of pro dancers to perform all the 50s-inspired dance moves of our dreams, plus an all-new, jazzed-up rendition of the hand jive.

Joe even took to TikTok to post a video of him attempting what he coined as the #whatamangottadochallenge. So, dancers, if you're looking for something to do this weekend, take inspo from the JBros and get cracking on the latest TikTok challenge. We're sure the danciest music video we've seen so far this year can provide some inspiration.

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