When the Jonas Brothers won at the 2019 VMAs, there were hugs and kisses laid on the bros by two of the “Jonas Sisters,” Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas. Third sister Priyanka Chopra wasn’t there, leaving husband Nick looking a bit awkward without anyone to celebrate with.
Chopra made things right
Even though she wasn’t there for the winning moment, when the Jonas Brothers took home the statue for the best pop category for their single “Sucker,” she made sure she “fixed” the situation.
Chopra posted a revised photo of the moment, where Nick looked awkwardly alone in the middle while his brothers kissed their wives, photoshopping herself into the image. In the edited version, Chopra appears snuggled up to her husband and it’s too funny.
She captioned the pic: “I’m always with you @nickjonas. Congratulations @jonasbrothers! I’m so proud of all of you! #sucker.”
Nick shared his excitement about the winning moment as well, posting a photo on Instagram and sharing: “Best pop video!! Thank you! We have the best fans in the world for voting for sucker! A win like this in our home town means the world. #vmas.”
Joe wrote: “THANK YOU! Best fans ever. These Moon People are coming home with us #VMAs,” while Kevin posted this message: “Our very own Moon People! Thank you guys so much for all your hard work voting for us. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! #VMAs.”
Nick has a song about his wife on the album
The song “I Believe,” off the Jonas Brothers’ first studio album in 10 years, Happiness Begins, is all about Chopra, including some of the criticisms they’ve faced. Among the song’s lyrics are the following:
Every night, every day; how about every lifetime?
Yeah, I know what they say, and that’s fine
‘Cause I’m here to stay through the good and the bad times
Babe, you send me to space and you’re mine, yeah
Well, call me crazy
And people saying that we move too fast
But I’ve been waiting, and for a reason
Ain’t no turning back
Chopra recently explained their big wedding
Chopra and Jonas definitely didn’t keep things small when they got married in December 2018, even though she had hoped for a smaller wedding.
She shared the reason why at Beautycon LA in August, explaining: “We really wanted to keep the wedding private but it wasn’t easy.” In fact, they initially only invited 180 guests, but a small wedding wasn’t in the cards.
Chopra noted: “If you are South Asian, then you understand that when someone gets married, everyone needs to be a part of it.”
Of course, many fans want to know when the couple will start a family and it’s not a high priority right now, according to one insider.
A source told ET that the two are really “enjoying married life, traveling and working,” adding, “They haven’t been putting pressure on having kids. The couple is OK with when it happens, it happens, and it will be a blessing.”