Jonas Brothers Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of 'Friends' With Hilarious Video

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The Jonas Brothers paid a hilarious homage to Friends for the sitcom's 25th anniversary.

To mark the occasion, the sibling band released a clip on Instagram of the group spoofing the '90s series' opening segment. Mashing up scenes from their "Sucker" music video to the sounds of the show's original theme song "I'll Be There for You" by The Rembrandts, brothers Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas put their own wacky spin on things to tribute 25 years since the show aired on September 22, 1994.

"The One Where The Band Got Back Together. Happy 25th anniversary @FRIENDS! #Friends25," captioned the post, which includes funny footage featuring the bandmates and their wives, Danielle Jonas, Sophie Turner, and Priyanka Chopra.

The JoBros weren't the only stars to celebrate the hit show's special anniversary on "Friends Day" last night, either. As previously reported, Meghan Trainor did the honors of performing the Friends theme song in a music-to-light show at the Empire State Building this weekend as well. In case you haven't heard Trainor's rendition of the beloved show tune just yet — you can listen to it here.

Watch the Jonas Brothers pay tribute to Friends for its 25th anniversary down below.

 

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