The Jonas Brothers are the picture of perfect grooming, from Joe's well-sculpted eyebrows to Nick's and Kevin's perfectly coifed curls, so it's no surprise that the trio's beauty has been captured by the folks at Madame Tussauds in Washington, D.C.
While in our nation's capital, the guys stopped by the White House to bring awareness to diabetes and also posed with their new wax figures. They were joined by 50 lucky fans who got to hang with the bros at the unveiling.
Before landing in D.C., the Jonas Brothers spent some time in NYC — and they got an idea of what their fans go through when they met Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. "We're freaking out!" Joe Jonas told Buzznet.com. "We're, like, inches away from Derek Jeter."
While at Yankees stadium, the guys also revealed a few details about their upcoming Disney Channel show, aptly titled "J.O.N.A.S.!," which begins shooting later this year. "At first, it was about spies," Joe said. "But now, it's been more constructed. It's just going to be called 'J.O.N.A.S.!' and is going to be us dealing with trying to take out the trash and not get hounded by fans. It's going to be a funny show."
The show should bring in more dough for the already-successful group, and Portfolio.com is keeping tabs on the brothers' bankroll. According to the financial site, the band has already made approximately $12 million in 2007: $9 million touring and another $3 million from merchandising. The site figures that if the guys continue at their current pace, they are poised to become a nine-figure franchise for Disney.