Jonas Brothers week came to an end on The Late Late Show with James Corden with Carpool Karaoke and a live performance.
The Late Late Show may have earned itself a whole new group of fans this week. The show was the center of pop music this week as it presented the return of the Jonas Brothers.
Rumors that Kevin, Nick, and Joe Jonas had reunited to make new music were confirmed with an announcement they would be spending a week with James Corden. The Late Late Show has made a point to tie itself to the music industry through Corden’s own talent and as a way of promoting new and popular artists.
The week started off with interviews in which the band discussed the process of getting back together. It was certainly a joy to watch for anyone who grew up with the band and had held onto hopes of a reunion.
After that, Corden put the Jonas Brothers through all of the Late Late Show‘s signature games and bits. Mentalist Lior Suchard kept the band on their toes one night. Later in the week Corden invited the trio to a rendition of “Side Effects May Include” and a round of “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.”
But from the moment the announcement hit the web, everyone was waiting for one thing: Carpool Karaoke. It is Corden’s most famous bit and one more reason the Jonas Brothers picked The Late Late Show to promote the band’s return. And it didn’t disappoint.
Of course the singing sounded solid and was entertaining. But it was the lie detector bits that provided the best content. It’s clear that the brothers are on good terms and can laugh about the past without it affecting the future. That has to be a good sign for Jonas Brothers fans.
“Carpool Karaoke” bits always do well for Corden but they are especially popular when they feature an artist the public hasn’t seen for a while or wouldn’t be expected. It’s been years since fans have heard the Jonas Brothers singing together but they haven’t exactly left the spotlight as individuals.
But the Jonas Brothers weren’t done giving fans what they wanted. They closed out Thursday night’s show with a live performance of their single Sucker. The song has done extremely well on the charts, confirming that the Jonas Brothers fanbase never left.
There is a good chance we haven’t seen the last of the Jonas Brothers on late night. The release of another single will likely mean a stop on another show. The connection to The Late Late Show with James Corden will now be part of the band’s history so don’t expect them to be strangers to Corden for long.