The Jonas Brothers Go For Gold in Preview for New Olympics Special
The Jonas Brothers are heading to the Olympics. In a new promo for their special Olympic Dreams, the brothers try out some gymnastics moves, but they might need a little more practice.
The special is set to air on NBC ahead of the Tokyo Olympics this July. The brothers will also be releasing a new song to go along with the games, ahead of their tour later this summer.
The Jonas Brothers Promote Olympics Special
In the promo for the special, The Voice judge Nick shows off a gymnastics routine. He starts by kicking his legs up to stretch, then does a flip onto a mat. He doesn’t quite stick the landing, but it’s impressive nonetheless.
His brothers applaud the performance, with Joe waving a ribbon in the air. The clip ends with the three of them waving to fans on a running track, so we imagine they’ll be trying that out as well.
The hourlong special is set for Wednesday, July 21, at 8/7c on NBC. According to Deadline, the brothers will go up against each other with help from Team USA athletes. The Tokyo Summer Games will begin two days later, on July 23.
Nick recently cracked a rib while riding a bike, and he revealed to E! News that it was during the filming of this special. He said he was “feeling great” and “recovered really well.” The coach hasn’t even missed any episodes of The Voice.
The Band is Going on Tour This Summer
Olympic Dreams isn’t the only reason to be excited about summer. The Jonas Brothers are also going on tour with Kelsea Ballerini. The Remember This Tour will kick off August 20 in Las Vegas and will last through 44 dates.
The brothers recently released a new song called “Leave Before You Love Me,” and they’re also set to released the track “Remember This” to coincide with the Olympics. The song will reportedly debut on June 18, the first night of U.S. Track & Field Trials. The song’s lyrics will relate to the Olympics.
The Jonas Brothers teased the new song during their performance at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night. The band performed a medley of some of their biggest hits, as well as new tracks.