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8 Thoughts All 2000s Middle School Girls Have About Taking A Trip To The Year 3000 This Summer With The Jonas Brothers

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8 Thoughts All 2000s Middle School Girls Have About Taking A Trip To The Year 3000 This Summer With The Jonas Brothers

The Jonas Brothers are going on tour this summer. I repeat: the Jonas Brothers are going on tour — THIS SUMMER! My 10-year-old self is internally and externally screaming and totally not (read totally am) setting an alarm on my phone to remind me when I can officially buy tickets.

If you were a true 2000s middle schooler, you know that One Direction is just an imposter and the Jonas Brothers were the OG 2000s boy band, so here are 8 thoughts we're all thinking as 20 somethings.

1. Wait...they're ALL married now

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Well, there goes that dream middle school me had.

2. Will Kevin actually sing this time?

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Or will he forever look off into the distance playing the guitar?

3. They have to sing some old stuff on tour, right?

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It won't be a true reunion tour without "Year 3000..." Maybe go back even a little more and throw in "Mandy?"

4. Big Rob?

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"Burnin' Up" is not complete without Big Rob's rap! This is an SOS... for Big Rob to make an appearance.

5. Will Joe still fall on stage?

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It's OK, Joe, I'm still clumsy too.

6. This tour better be for real. Not like the last time...

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I get it, you guys had some disagreements, but can y'all agree this time? Or at least agree until I get to make it to a tour stop?

7. How much will tickets cost?

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Look, last time you guys were touring I didn't have a job because I was a kid so my parents funded concert tickets. Now, tickets are funded by my own bank account sooooooo...

8. It'll be the most glorious night of my life.

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I mean, singing along to "That's Just The Way We Roll" in my car wasn't going to cut it forever!

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