There are so many celebrities with North Jersey roots — from actress Anne Hathaway to rapper Ice-T. As you may already know, some of our favorite Jersey boys, the Jonas Brothers, were raised in the Bergen County town of Wyckoff. The brothers recently came out with some big news — all four are moving back to the Garden State (yes four, this includes their younger brother and fourth Jonas Brother, Frankie). Read on for what we know and why we’re burnin’ up over this news.
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A Jonas Brothers Homecoming
According to an exclusive tip shared with The Montclair Girl, the four brothers are looking to stay true to their Garden State roots and will be moving back to Bergen County with their families. Currently, Joe, Nick, and Frankie all live on the West Coast in California, while Kevin only lived in California for a short time before deciding to raise his two daughters with wife Danielle in North Jersey.
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Not only will the brothers be moving back to Bergen County, but the four are coming back to their hometown of Wyckoff. To make it even better, the brothers managed to find four houses to buy on the same street within a cul-de-sac in the town — might as well rename the undisclosed street “Jonas Brothers Way”. This street will truly be the place where happiness begins. Not only will the Jonas Brothers be living in Wyckoff again, but so will their families, which means Nick’s wife Priyanka Chopra, and Joe’s wife Sophie Turner are also making new homes in New Jersey. Talk about a street packed full of celebs.
This news comes after the Jonas Brothers finished up a five-night residency at the Marquis Theatre on Broadway, with each night dedicated to one of their albums — including a night for their upcoming release, The Album. The brothers also recently got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
We will keep you updated with any more updates as they come out, but for now… April Fools! As much as we would love all four of the Jonas Brothers to move back to the Garden State, we can only dream.