The brothers — Nick Jonas, 27, Joe Jonas, 30, and Kevin Jonas, 32 — brought their fashion best to the 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet and their gorgeous wives (otherwise known as the J Sisters) — Priyanka Chopra Jonas, 37, Sophie Turner, 23, and Danielle Jonas, 33 — did exactly the same.
Nick and Priyanka each brought the glam factor, with the actress in a dramatic Ralph & Russo gown featuring a plunging neckline going all the way down to her naval, crystal embellishments and long fringe on her sleeves and over $1 million of Lorraine Schwartz jewels including 45-carat pink and white diamond chandelier earrings — and her husband in a head-to-toe bronze ensemble by Ermenegildo Zegna XXX.
To pay homage to NBA icon Kobe Bryant, who tragically died along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash earlier today, Priyanka painted Bryant’s jersey number “24” on her manicure.
As they posed for photographers, Nick and Priyanka gazed longingly at each other and in one shot, Priyanka adorably stuck her tongue out at Nick.
While Joe opted for a turtleneck with a patterned bomber and pants (all by Ermenegildo Zegna XXX) and Christian Louboutin shoes, Sophie looked edgy in an embellished Louis Vuitton top, ruffled skirt and belt straight off the Spring/Summer 2020 runway. She accessorized with custom pumps and High Jewelry collection earrings also from the label.
As for Kevin, he went with a suit jacket covered with an eagle print, wool pants and velvet loafers, all by Ermenegildo Zegna XXX. His wife Danielle shined in a strapless silver embellished gown with a slit up the side, ivory peep-toe Sam Edelman platforms and large hoop earrings.
During the show, the J Sisters posed for a quick photo together as they sat in the audience.
Ever since Nick and Priyanka tied the knot in India in December 2018, and Sophie and Joe walked down the aisle in France in June 2019, the women began lovingly referring to each other as the J Sisters. Priyanka, Sophie and Danielle have spent time together on group dates, supported their husbands at other awards shows and posted numerous photos together on social media as their friendship blossomed.
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The women even joined their husbands’ in their music video for “Sucker” when the band officially reunited in February 2019 and again when they starred as the Jonas Brothers’ leading ladies in another music video for their single, “What a Man Gotta Do.” In the visual accompaniment to their latest song released earlier this month, the couples each recreate iconic scenes from iconic films, Say Anything…, Risky Business and Grease.
The Jonas Brothers are nominated for best pop duo/group performance for their song “Sucker.” They are also set to perform during the award ceremony.
After the brothers learned of their Grammy nod, they shared their excitement on Twitter — and posted a video of the moment they found out they had been nominated. “We’re Grammy nominated!!!!!” Nick wrote, while Joe added, “Ah! 😱”
“Thank you everyone for making this year possible!!” Kevin said, alongside the sweet video of the siblings celebrating their nomination. “From no music a year ago to @RecordingAcad #grammy nomination today! Incredible!!!!”
The Jonas Brothers earned their last Grammy nomination in 2009 for the best new artist award, but they lost out to Adele.
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Last year, Nick, Joe and Kevin ended their six-year hiatus as bandmates when they announced the Jonas Brothers’ reunion, complete with their first new album in a decade, Happiness Begins, a candid documentary, Chasing Happiness and a world tour. Even after all that activity, the New Jersey-bred brothers plan on keeping new JoBros music coming.
“Once we reopened that door, there’s no closing it,” Nick told PEOPLE in November 2019. “Now we have a system in place with each other to kind of understand that the ‘break up’ word is not in our vocabulary anymore.”
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Tune into the 62nd annual Grammy Awards at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS.