Nick Jonas Reveals the Jonas Brothers Went to Family Therapy for a Year Before Reuniting

Before the Jonas Brothers reunited professionally this year to release their new single, "Sucker," they spent a year in therapy working on their issues. Nick Jonas revealed this inside gossip during an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show.

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The Jonas Brothers are back and, yeah, they're still burnin' up so hot we had to check out calendars to make sure it wasn't actually still 2008. At the end of last month, Kevin, Joe, and Nick staged a surprise group comeback, dropping a new single, "Sucker," along with a video starring not only them, but their respective life partners as well–Danielle JonasSophie Turner, and Priyanka Chopra.

The comeback wasn't an easy process though. In the six years since they went on hiatus in 2013, the JoBros have been through a lot and it took some work (and professional help) to get on the same page for working together again.

During an interview on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Nick revealed that he and his brothers underwent "a year basically" doing therapy together to work through issues before going back into the studio together:

Watch the interview yourself below:

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