Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner who tied the knot a few months ago answered the most pressing question about their marriage - why did they choose Vegas to exchange the vows. "I'm so excited to play it on tour".
"I hear this every day of my life, this coffee cup thing", she quipped.
The stars also toasted the project's launch at a Spotify-sponsored carnival gig in Brooklyn on Thursday night, when Kevin's two young daughters, Alena, five, and two-year-old Valentina, got to watch their dad perform professionally with Nick and Joe for the very first time.More news: Dominic Thiem can go toe-to-toe with champion Rafael Nadal
Swift told Ellen DeGeneres when asked what her most rebellious moment as a teenager was, "Probably when I put Joe Jonas on blast on your show".
Even sweeter? The brothers revealed "I Believe" was on heavy rotation when they celebrated Nick's bachelor party a year ago. "It sounds even better by the beach". And clearly, the brothers have already learned some of the most important lessons about marriage, dropping the line, "No matter the fight, you know she's always right".
All three of the brothers contributed to the songwriting on this track, which Joe explained touches on their roots growing up in the church with a hymn-like structure backed by piano chords.More news: Regulator proposes radical overhaul of "dysfunctional" bank overdraft charges
She laughed: "They don't really look like me".
He admitted that he tried to make amends for leaving his parents out of the loop, saying, "So I was doing a lot of, like, apologizing and 'Hey, you guys want to come out to L.A.?"
ET caught up with the brothers at the premiere of their documentary, Chasing Happiness, and they gushed about the support of their wives. I am so proud of you @sophiet and how hard you worked on this film. You did the research, you did the work, and you delivered.More news: "Negotiations are going well" as Arsenal close in on top winger target