Jonas Brothers Are In GR Sunday, And You Could Meet Them

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Good deeds were done when the Jonas Brothers chose to visit a teenager named Lily Jordon, who had to miss the pop trio's weekend concert because she was undergoing a round of chemotherapy. The Jonas brothers, Nick, Kevin and Joe surprised their fan at a hospital and Chopra Jonas accompanied them and got a cute compliment from Lily.

In the post she said she was supposed to be at the concert in Hershey, Pa., but "instead I'm across the street doing chemo if ya'll wanted to pop in I'll give you my room #". "If you want to come, I will give my room number".

In response to the social media posts, the Jonas Brothers then stopped by Lily's hospital room to say hi before their show-and the youngster could barely contain her excitement. PeeCee took to Instagram to congratulate Nick and also shared a couple of pics.

Reacting to Priyanka Chopra's post, an Instagram user wrote: "Isn't he 26?"

During the visit, Nick also asked the super fan which song she wanted the band to dedicate to her, and she chose their 2007 hit "S.O.S".

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Instagram Priyanka Chopra fans

Meanwhile, the Jonas Brothers band are travelling around the U.S. for their Happiness Begins Tour.

CNN reported the band members signed autographs and took a group photo with Jordan who appreciated the grand gesture. "You've done this. You've made my stupid chemo session into something incredibly special and unforgettable". "Literally made my life", she wrote.

"Thank you for inviting us to come see you", Kevin Jonas told Lily in a video posted on the hospital's Facebook page.

The Jonas Brothers are set to play in Pittsburgh on Tuesday as part of their Happiness Begins tour.


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