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The Jonas Brothers Parody ‘Year 3000’ On ‘The Late Late Show’

James Corden joins the band to sum up just how ridiculous the year 2019 is.

The Jonas Brothers broke the internet last week when they announced the band’s reunion, along with releasing a new single, Sucker, which is still trending. And to keep the ball rolling, the Jonas Brothers have been appearing each day this week on The Late Late Show With James Corden! Yes, it’s Jonas Week and it is exactly as you hoped it would be. It feels as if the band never broke up. But, of course, a lot has changed in the past decade. 2019 is pretty wild, and what better way to sum it up than through song?

Any JoBro fan will know all the lyrics to their hit, Year 3000. Well, James Corden joined the band this week for a parody of the song, now titled Year 2019. And it’s as hilarious as it is accurate! From the unbelievable presidency to the shocking amounts of Spider-Man reboots and types of milk, they hit the nail on the head. And, of course, the best part of 2019? The Jonas Brothers are back together! We can’t wait to see what happens next on Jonas Week.

Watch the fantastic parody of Year 3000 down below.

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