Jonas Brothers Promise They Have a 'Very Special Performance' Lined Up For the Grammys

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The Jonas brothers on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

It's no secret that the Jonas Brothers are performing at this year's Grammys, but apparently what they have in store for their appearance is going to be one epic surprise.

The brothers stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday (Jan. 22) to reflect on their massive 2019 comeback and discuss their hilarious Kardashians TikTok video. But more importantly, they came to tease their big performance at the Grammys.

"We have a very special performance lined up," Nick told DeGeneres. "We don't want to give anything away, but we're playing the new song that just came out, and then we're doing something else which I don't think anyone's going to expect."

JoBro stans know that the guys just released "What a Man Gotta Do," a high-energy bop that will surely make for a fun performance -- especially if their video costar wives show up. Perhaps that's the surprise? Guess we'll find out when they take the stage on Sunday.

The 2020 Grammy Awards start at 8 p.m. ET on Jan. 26. Tune in to find out what the Jonas Brothers have whipped up, and to find out if they win their first Gramophone, as they're nominated in the pop/duo group performance category for "Sucker."

The Jonas Brothers also played "Say Whaaat?" during their latest Ellen visit, a game that tested their skills at reading lips. It proved to be much harder than the JoBros may have anticipated -- and resulted in quite the hilarious sentence.

Watch the Jonas Brothers' Ellen interview and "Say Whaaat?" below.

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