Emma Thompson, whose upcoming movie Late Night opens June 7, was joined for her opening monologue by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler - who gave a shout to her Netflix movie Wine Country - to riff about the joys of motherhood.
The trio later returned to the stage for their second set of the show, with a performance on their newest single Cool, before stopping halfway through the track. The brothers stood trial for throwing a house party at a man's vacation rental costing 5 million dollars in damages.
After the show, the trio alongside their leading ladies (Kevin's wife Danielle Jonas, Nick's wife Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Joe's wife, Sophie Turner) took to the hallways to celebrate their milestone appearance.More news: Jurgen Klopp slams those questioning Liverpool’s 30-year English league title drought
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But they walked away with a lenient sentence: dinner with the judges.
"Nick says, 'The Jonas Brothers should be no more, '" Kevin said.
The song marked the band's first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart ever, and proved to be a flawless first single to mark their return to the music scene. The Jonas Brothers sang both "Sucker" and "Cool/Burnin' Up" live.