Jonas Brothers Wonder ‘What a Man Gotta Do’ for Love in Classic Film-Inspired Music Video

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«What a man gotta do to be totally locked up by you?» If you’re the Jonas Brothers, recreate all our favorite classic rom-coms.

The sibling trio unveiled their first song of 2020 on Friday (Jan. 17), the catchy, toe-tapping «What a Man Gotta Do,» and with it, and equally heart-melting music video. And just like 2019’s «Sucker,» the clip features all three «JSisters»: Danielle Jonas, Sophie Turner and Priyanka Chopra Jonas.

Danielle and Kevin breathe a new life to 1989’s Say Anything, with the eldest JoBro holding a boombox over his head to play his band’s new love song outside Danielle’s window. Nick rocks a button-down and socks as a 2020 Tom Cruise in Risky Business. He slides across the floor to a giggling Priyanka.

Joe and Sophie then portray Grease‘s Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson, taking part in the National Dance-Off at Rydell High School. The band for the event is none other than the JoBros themselves performing «What a Man Gotta Do.»

Besides their holiday tune «Like It’s Christmas,» and Songland​’s «Greenlight,» «What a Man Gotta Do» marks the JoBro’s first solo offering since their 2019 reunion album, Happiness Begins.

Watch the new music video below.

This article was originally published by: Billboard

 

Demi Lovato Says ‘See You In Miami’ After Scoring Major 2020 Super Bowl Gig

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The list of performers at Super Bowl LIV just keeps getting bigger and bolder. A week after taking the stage at this year’s Grammy Awards, Demi Lovato will help kick off the big game in Miami by singing the National Anthem on Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Stadium. She joins a lineup that includes halftime headliners Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

«See you in Miami,» Lovato wrote on Instagram along with a glamorous shot in which she’s flanked by palm trees.

There’s no word on what Lovato will sing at the Grammys, but she «Star Spangled Banner» performance will follow on the hells of last year’s soulful take from Gladys Knight and P!nk’s powerful run in 2018, during which the singer was battling the flu.

See Lovato’s announcement below.

This article was originally published by: Billboard