Kevin Jonas thinks he and his wife have proven people wrong who claimed they got married too young.
The Jonas Brothers singer and his wife Danielle - who married in December 2009 - are due to appear on E!'s newest reality show Married to Jonas and says there is no acting in their new gig.
"Danielle and I are out here in New Jersey, trying to be domestic. You'll get to know her big, Italian family and who the characters are. And you'll get a look into the lives of my family. We're having fun and times are changing. We heard so much negativity when we first got married about how young we are. But it really didn't matter. We're happy. We knew that this was what we wanted and we pretty much have proven all those other people wrong. We were very honest. This is our life here in New Jersey. What you're seeing is what you get. We're not putting anything on for cameras or anything like that. You have to be open and free. [Camera crews] were just a part of our life and what was going on here," he said.
The couple also admitted that the show has helped them tackle their personal problems. "I think doing a reality show has made us talk even more about things that maybe we would not have talked about or just left on the backburner. I just feel like this made us communicate more, and I think that's important in our relationship and keeps it strong," Danielle admitted.
Kevin Jonas is to star in his own reality TV show. The 24-year-old singer and his wife Danielle will appear in E!'s Married to Jonas - on which Ryan Seacrest will act as the executive producer - and will tell the tale of how the pair, who married in 2009, are dealing with their lives in the international spotlight.
"Danielle is living a true Cinderella story after marrying into pop royalty, partnering in Kevin's larger-than-life career and becoming a 'Jonas,' a name synonymous with hit music and a worldwide fan base. The series presents a unique look at a young couple and their families from two entirely different worlds, one small town and one dealing with international fame, coming together as one and starting a whole new life together," said Lisa Berger, president of entertainment programming for E!.
Ryan - who is best known as a presenter on American Idol - reveals plans have been in motion for some time to create a show, which will begin airing in August, based around the couple: "I vividly recall believing from the very first time that I met them that the Jonas Brothers would, without a doubt, become a worldwide cultural sensation. When we learned that Dani married Kevin, our production team became curious about what life would be like for a young bride entering the excitement, and sometimes chaos, of a pop star's life. The show will examine the ups and downs of Dani and Kevin's marriage, against the backdrop of their contrasting family cultures, traditions and individual careers."
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday:
- Boy Meets World (Seasons 1-3)
- Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam - Extended Edition (TV Movie)
- Chuck (Season 3)
- Clatterford (Season 3)
- Criminal Minds (Season 5)
- Dirty Jobs (Collection 6)
- Doctor Who: The Creature from the Pit (Story 106)
- Doctor Who: The King’s Demons (Story 129)
- Doctor Who: Planet of Fire (Story 135)
- The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles
- The Guardian (Season 2)
- Less Than Perfect (Season 1)
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Back on January 10th, Saturday Night Live welcomed country sensation Taylor Swift to the late night stage. One month later, her ex-boyfriend will be given the same opportunity.
On February 14th, Joe Jonas - along with his brothers - will be crooning to all the dateless ladies from that NBC studio. The appearance will come less than a week after the trio performs at this Sunday’s Grammys.
Although this this will be the first SNL visit for the Jonas Brothers, the boy banders will be joined by a 30 Rock veteran. Alec Baldwin, the actual star of 30 Rock, will be making his 14th appearance as host. (Only Steve Martin has fronted the show more times. The Pink Panther 2 star made his 15th stop just last Saturday.)
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Collection 3)
- Bleach (uncut) (Season 2)
- Camp Rock (Extended Rock Star Edition)
- Dana Carvey: Squatting Monkeys Tell No Lies
- Dexter (Season 2)
- Gossip Girl (Season 1)
- House (Season 4)
- Married…with Children (Season 9)
- Orangutan Island (Season 1)
- Perry Mason (Season 3, Vol. 1)
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Although the movie didn’t pull in High School Musical 2-sized numbers, Camp Rock did well enough on Friday night to warrant interest in a sequel.
The Disney Channel original, which featured the red-hot Jonas Brothers, debuted to 8.9 million viewers making it the highest-rated non-sequel to air on that network. (HSM2 had 17.2 million glued to their sets last August.) Rock also outperformed anything from the Top 5 networks on that same night.
Assuming a script is finalized soon (and schedules are coordinated), the key players could get back to work on the sequel’s production sometime next year.
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Walt Disney World’s Wide World of Sports will be the center of the known tween world this week when The Disney Channel Games kick off tomorrow in Orlando.
Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, the Cheetah Girls and the ubiquitous Sprouse brothers from The Suite Life of Zack & Cody are among Disney stars continental and international who will compete this week with winnings going to charity.
Tuesday and Thursday production will be free and open to the public, albeit in a very limited way. Disney officials told the Orlando Sentinel, “We can’t have regular kids on the field.” That is due in part to the fact that the games aren’t really a sporting event, it’s more like a series of reality TV challenges. Footage shot this week will culminate in five half-hour shows that debut in late July on the Disney Channel.
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I couldn’t hum one Jonas Brothers song to you if my life depended on it—but I have a feeling I’ll become quite acquainted with their tunes soon. The Disney Channel has announced big plans for the three siblings, which means a heavy dose of promotion will shortly follow.
The series, currently titled Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream, will show clips of the guys in their daily lives—prepping for their concerts, interacting with family, etc. The episodes are slated to air sometime this spring.
The overexposure of the brothers will not be limited to this reality skein. Disney already plans to feature the Jonases in a two-hour movie and a scripted series.
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