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The “good Luck” has been shut down for the Jonas Brothers ‘ fans in Toronto, the group has been cutting back on their short show.
“Toronto, we are so sorry that we didn’t play our last two songs,” she tweeted Friday evening. “There was a technical problems beyond our control, and our production team recommended that we put an end to the show. I want to thank all of you for coming tonight! We love you all so much!!!”
Fans of the band’s “Happiness Begins” tour stop at the city’s Scotiabank Arena, he took to Twitter immediately to express their disappointment, particularly in view of the fact that they don’t belong in the band’s most well-known hits in 2008 with their hit single “Burnin’ Up ” and a 2019 reunion album, “Sucker.”
“The jonas brothers are ghosted to me, just like every other man in the city of toronto,” one disappointed fan tweeted.
However, the videos that are shared on social media, the fans and keep the show going by singing ‘Burnin’ Up ‘(or ‘a capella’.
“As in the Jonas Brothers’ dive in ‘Burnin Up’, so that the fans start to sing,” wrote one fan, who shared a video of one of the massive arena, the crowd chanting to their 2008 hit.
The spontaneous sing-a-long later in the course of the event.
“Toronto is not a bonus, so we made our own,” tweeted another fan, who sang it and the lyrics are on their way out of it.
Nick, Joe and Kevin took to their Instagram accounts to re-post the group announcement, and posted a similar message on their Toronto to ticketholders.
“Toronto, we love you, and you were great tonight,” Nick wrote.
The band is scheduled to come back in the same place, on Saturday night.
This story was first published in the New York Post.