Jonas Brothers love 'trashy' British TV and The Great British Bake Off
The trio are also fans of sitcom This Country
The Jonas Brothers have revealed their love of "trashy" British TV.
In a new interview with Metro, Kevin, Joe and Nick were asked about their favourite British TV shows.
Joe went to bat for "trashy" TV and acclaimed sitcom This Country, saying: "All the trashy British reality TV is always fun! This Country is probably one of my top three best comedy shows ever.
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However, Kevin was more of a fan of a certain baking show: "I’m just gonna say it, The Great British Bake Off is spectacular. Me and my wife Danielle, we’re obsessed, and we love that we can watch it now here. It makes you feel like you’re getting ready for Christmas! It’s fantastic."
Nick also went for a slightly leftfield choice by saying the mini-series Quiz about the real life cheating scandal that engulfed Who Wants to be a Millionaire in 2001.
The show starred Matthew Macfadyen, Sian Clifford and Michael Sheen as Chris Tarrant and aired in the spring of 2020, just as the UK entered lockdown as a result of Covid-19.
The pop group recently caused a stir in the UK after admitting they weren't fans of the Wetherspoons pub chain.
Appearing on Heart Radio, Joe Jonas admitted he had previously visited the low-budget chain owned by Tim Martin.
Asked what he thought of it, Jonas replied: "I liked other places… Let's just say it wouldn't be my first go-to."
One UK eatery the brothers do like however is Nando's which is starting to expand into the US.
This week the Jonas Brothers release their sixth album and first in four years.
Simply titled The Album, the record is out on 12 May and is said to be influenced by the Bee Gees and the Doobie Brothers.
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