Jonas Brothers Insist: Kevin Is Not Leaving

'We love what we are doing and hope to do it together for a long time,' group writes in response to report in Star magazine.

Responding to a report in Star magazine, the

[artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] took to their MySpace page to insist that Kevin is not setting out on his own to record a solo album of "mature music."

At the end of a long post about their "amazing two weeks," they wrote, "There is a rumor that one of us is leaving [the] group. Not true. We love what we are doing and hope to do it together for a long time."

Now that they've cleared that up, they can go about being properly excited for their Best New Artist Grammy nomination.

"When you start in a band as an artist you say, 'One day, I'll be nominated for a Grammy.' It happened, and we're just so honored," Nick Jonas told MTV News at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday. "As young guys, we know that this is a privilege, and we do appreciate that. We're grateful."

On their MySpace page, they revealed how they celebrated the nomination. "Our heads are still spinning since the announcement," they wrote. "We are fans of all the other artists that are nominated in our category. It really is an honor. The crew from our TV series ['J.O.N.A.S.'] even threw us a party the following day congratulating us on the nomination."

They also revealed that they're hard at work on their TV show. "We are working hard every day on our new TV show, 'J.O.N.A.S.,' and can't wait for you to see it," they said. "But it was exciting to get back out there and be in front of our fans and friends again. We miss and love you so much."