Jonas Brothers Rock the House in 'Sucker' TV Debut on 'Late Late Show': Watch

All the Jonas Brothers needed was one single to break the internet. And after six years, they made their first show-stopping TV performance of their come-back banger “Sucker,” on Thursday night's (March 7) The Late Late Show and reminded us what we've been missing all these years.  

To cap off their week-long residency at James Corden’s talk show, the trio quite literally rolled out and rocked out to the pop-rock anthem on the multi-colored stage -- with a mob of dancers steering around each one through the set while they jammed out on their separate, but equal, platforms.   

Nick opened the performance wearing an emerald vest with his guitar in hand as Joe followed behind him wearing a sleek all-white tux and belting the catchy lyrics. “I've been dancin' on top of cars and stumblin' out of bars/ I follow you through the dark, can't get enough,” the two harmonized on the song's pre-chorus. They then joined Kevin at center-stage, as he killed the fashion game with a tracksuit-esque tux while playing the bass.   

“Sucker” debuted at No. 28 as of March 9, making it their first entry on Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart since 2013.  

Watch the Jonas Brothers’ performance of “Sucker” on The Late Late Show below.  


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