Wow. The Jonas Brothers have canceled their tour, which was to kick off on Friday--yep, just two days before the start!
Will the Jonas Brothers break up? And why did they cancel the tour?
Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas' rep confirmed that the 19-date concert tour has been canceled due to "a deep rift within the band," People.com reports.
The rep added, "There was a big disagreement over their music direction."
Makes you wonder what exactly is going on--squabbling over creative differences?
They've always said in interviews that they don't fight that often, so something big must have caused that "deep rift."
Or is it because of weak ticket sales?
It's a shame, considering all of the promotion they've done in advance of the tour--and what about all the fans who paid to see the JoBros?
Thankfully, tickets will be refunded, but what about the future of the Jonas Brothers as a band?
Their upcoming album "V" doesn't even have a release date yet, which they've been teasing for what seems like forever.
Their rep says their future "remains to be seen," while an inside source says their canceled tour is because of "creative differences," not because Kevin and Danielle are expecting a baby.