As the [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] still work out who will be Kevin's best man at his [article id="1616349"]wedding to Danielle Deleasa[/article], they want to apologize to all the wedding parties at all the hotels they've stayed at that have been ruined thanks to the overzealous fans who bombard them.
"We've had a couple instances where there's been weddings going on during the time we were at the hotel," Kevin said on "The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien" on Thursday night. "We've had brides like, 'You've ruined my wedding.' "
"There's 100 to 1200 fans who show up, and the bride, her wedding's just ruined," Nick added. "Just screaming fans the whole time. ... And we've actually sent apology gifts to the bride and the groom."
While the JoBros may be unintentionally ruining some couples' big day, there are fans who make a point of ruin the guys' days for no reason at all. O'Brien asked if it's ever awkward when fans come up one of them to say he's not their favorite Jonas Brother. The answer is quite obviously, yes.
"I've had that experience happen to me before," Kevin said. Joe, patting his brother on the back and mumbling that he loves him, recalled one particular fan who expressed her preference with a sign. "There was a [fan] sign that said, 'Nick, you're hot. Joe, you're cute. Kevin, you're OK.' "
Kevin, being the good-natured older brother that he is, added that he would have really have liked to tell the fan, "And I just want thank you for this. That just brightened my day to another level. I took a picture; it encouraged me to get up the next morning."
The boys also talked about the people who show up to their concerts just to make it known that they don't like their music. "There are some people who come to the concert to show they don't like you," Joe said. "They'll come, and they'll just sit there."
Despite whatever strange behavior some fans may exhibit when around JoBros, Nick is quick to point out that for the most part, their fans are pretty awesome. "It's fun, and what's more amazing than that is just the fact that the fans are showing up and singing the new songs and being apart of it all," he said. "It's such an amazing thing."