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After more than 5 years, the Jonas Brothers reunited to release their new single “Sucker” on March 1. The music video features each brother’s respective significant other, with Priyanka Chopra Jonas (married to Nick), Sophie Turner (engaged to Joe) and Danielle Jonas (married to Kevin). While the video was released at midnight on March 1, many students have already viewed the video. Here are some student opinions about the song, video and the Jonas Brothers getting back together:

I’m not that into the Jonas Brothers, this is probably the first song of theirs I’ve listened to, but it was kind of cool that they’re coming back together at this new phase in their life.”

— sophomore Michael Moran

“I thought it was really fun to see all of their wives in the video and it was a really cute video,” 9th grader Emily Gisser said.

“It was really cool that they had their significant others in the video and it was really interesting. I’m not that into the Jonas Brothers, this is probably the first song of theirs I’ve listened to, but it was kind of cool that they’re coming back together at this new phase in their life,” sophomore Michael Moran said.

“I miss the Jonas Brothers so I am really happy they are back together,” senior Rachael Johnson said.

“I wasn’t that into the Jonas Brothers growing up so I don’t really have that strong of an about them coming back together and this music video,” senior Elea Besse said.

I loved the Jonas Brothers growing up, especially in Camp Rock so this is super cool for me.”

— 9th grader Esther Allen

“I really liked the song because it was very nostalgic to have them come back together. It brought back happy memories,” 9th grader Jay Jones said.

“I really like how the Jonas Brothers got back together and it was a really good song. I loved the Jonas Brothers growing up, especially in Camp Rock so this is super cool for me,” 9th grader Esther Allen said.

“I think it’s sweet that they’re coming back for a new song but I think that it’s been too long since they broke up and I never liked them that much so I don’t know how successful they’ll be,” senior Ben Atmore said.

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