The Jonas Brothers are reportedly planning to reunite six years after they split.
The familial trio, consisting of brothers Nick, Joe and Kevin, released their debut album It's About Time in 2006, before finding success after a series of appearances on the Disney Channel network. The Burnin' Up singers went on to release three subsequent albums before announcing plans to disband following 2013's Jonas Brothers Live Tour.
The Sun reported on Tuesday (19Feb19) that the brothers recently flew to London to discuss the possibility of a comeback.
“After enjoying solo music success and taking time to work on passion projects, they feel that now is the right time to get back together,” a source told the outlet.
The insider also alleged that the Camp Rock stars will drop 'Brothers' from their stage name, performing under the moniker JONAS.
And the reunion is set to include new music and a feature length documentary, following the band's journey back to the stage.
Since splitting, both Joe and Nick embarked on successful music and acting careers, with Nick recently marrying actress Priyanka Chopra. While Kevin fronted the reality show Married to Jonas on the E! network.
Talk of the comeback has been well received by fans, many of whom have taken to Twitter to express their delight.
“A Jonas Brothers reunion would be the best thing to ever happen in 2019. I need it to happen,” tweeted one fan, while another added, “I’m dead I never knew I needed a Jonas Brothers reunion.”