Buzz Bites (10/23/13): The Jonas Brothers (Kinda) Break Their Silence After Canceling Tour

The Jonas Brothers may not have broken up after all.

Kevin, Joe, and Nick may not be through with us yet.

+ It's been two weeks since the Jonas Brothers abruptly canceled their tour. However, last night Nick Jonas tweeted "Bear with us," while brother Joe wrote "please hold while we get our s*** together." Looks like JoBro fans will just have to wait this one out. (MTV News)

+ On Tuesday, Lady Gaga announced on Twitter that her R. Kelly collab, "Do What U Want," has officially replaced "Venus" as ARTPOP's second single. "Don't worry monsters!" she added. "We are still scheduled to release #Venus this Monday with a snippet on Friday! AND it will STILL have its own video!" (Billboard)

+ Katy Perry performed beautifully stripped-down versions of "Roar," "Dark Horse," "Unconditionally," and more Prism tracks at her Mario Lopez-hosted iHeartRadio album release listening party last night in L.A. She also got, um, super adorably weird, revealing that she once asked for a lock of hair from both Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus, tied little bows around said locks, and kept 'em in her purse. Whatevs, Katy, we love you unconditionally -- bizarre follicular foibles and all! (E!)

+ Arcade Fire, fun., Jenny Lewis, and Queens Of The Stone Age are among the performers at this Saturday's all-acoustic Bridge School Benefit in California. For those of us not in the vicinity, the concert will also stream live starting at 8 p.m. ET. (Rolling Stone)

+ Speaking of Arcade Fire, tune in to NPR this Monday at 10 p.m. ET to hear the band perform songs from their forthcoming album, Reflektor, which is also set to drop that day. (NPR)

+ Watch Kelly Clarkson and her husband Brandon Blackstock's wedding video. The newlyweds share smooches, a dance, and a canoe ride in the romantic clip. (E!)

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