Watch out, Priyanka Chopra! John Stamos and Nick Jonas may just be meant to be. The two Hollywood stars have been participating in a prank war on social media — and as of March 16, the 55-year-old is for sure #winning.
Uncle Jesse took to Instagram to prove his everlasting dedication to the Jonas Brothers. The actor posted an intense photo of himself getting a giant tattoo of the 26-year-old singer’s face on his forearm with the caption: #jobrosforlife. TBH, it’s hard to tell if the tattoo is, in fact, real, but its definitely the thought the counts … and wins. Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas couldn’t help but join in on the freakout from fans across the globe. The 29-year-old commented multiple laughing emojis, while the dad-of-two wrote “No Way!!!!” The “Jealous” singer, clearly bitter that he may have lost the battle commented, “okay … okay.”
This ongoing prank war started way back in October 2018, when John wore a JoBros shirt to the American Music Awards.
Months later, in February 2019, Nick was spotted rocking a sweatshirt with a printed shot of John wearing the original shirt on it. On March 2, The “Chains” singer shared a paparazzi shot of him wearing the hoodie on Instagram which he captioned: “It’s your move, John Stamos.”
And well … that’s when things started to escalate quickly. The Fuller House star amped up the competition with his Twitter post on March 6. The older stud posted an adorable photo of him cuddling a pillow that had featured that same paparazzi photo that Nick had previously Instagrammed. “Had the craziest dream last night …” he captioned the shot on. Oh la la, how romantic!
Shortly after, Nick decided to steal his idea and have the photo of John sleeping blown up as a blanket for his bed! “I’ll sleep well tonight knowing #sucker is number 1!” he wrote. On the week of March 16, “Sucker” took the No. 1 spot on the Billboard hot 100, proving that the Jonas Brothers are back and better than ever. “AHHH!!! This is unbelievable,” the newly married man tweeted on Monday, March 11. “My heart is so full of gratitude. There was a time I wasn’t sure if I was ever going to be able to make music with my brothers again, let alone have a number 1 song on the Hot 100 on @billboard.”
The teenage heartthrobs announced their reunion on February 28, six years after their split in 2013. The following day on March 1, they released a single titled, “Sucker,” along with its music video. The trio’s comeback may just have been the best thing to happen in 2019 … besides this prank war, of course!
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