Jonas Brothers Deliver Fiery 'What A Man Gotta Do' Grammy Performance

As they teased, the Jonas Brothers brought plenty of flash to the world premiere performance of their new single, "What a Man Gotta Do," at the 2020 Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night (January 26).

In the middle of the B stage of the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Joe, Nick and Kevin appeared in matching gold ensembles as they spun around in circles and crooned to a brand-new song titled "Five More Minutes." It was a tender start to the set, but all things changed when they ventured down the crowd aisle and hopped onto the main stage for the Ryan Tedder and Dave Stewart-produced track. Alongside a colossal band and backup dancers, the group offered big smiles and smooth moves to pair with the charming track. Yet, a comeback performance deserves something extra and the production value didn't disappoint with plenty of fiery pyro.

During their recent stop at The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Nick told the longtime host that they had "a very special performance lined up" for fans. "We don't want to give anything away, but we're playing the new song that just came out, and then we're doing something else which I don't think anyone's going to expect," he said.

For the 2019 ceremony, the group was nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their comeback hit, "Sucker." This marks their second nomination after being nominated for Best New Artist in 2009.

It’s a celebratory time for the JoBros as the trio just announced their Sin City residency at the Park Theater at Park MGM, beginning April 1st with follow-up dates throughout the month until the 18th. Among the additional dates include April 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 18. Fans of the group might have been tipped off about the news when the group dropped a second video for their latest single, where they appear inside of a vehicle cruising the Vegas strip.

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