A 'New Moon' For The Jonas Brothers?

The Jonas Brothers pose for the photographers at the MusiCares event The Jonas Brothers pose for the photographers at the MusiCares event

The Jonas Brothers are hoping for a chance to sing on the “New Moon” soundtrack.

“The movie was obviously a huge success, and if they asked us to be a part of [the sequel], that would be great,” Nick Jonas told MTV.

“That would be really cool,” Joe and Kevin added.

Singing a song on the newest “Twilight” soundtrack would give any artist a lot to howl about.

The “Twilight” soundtrack opened last November at the top of the Billboard album charts, featuring a range of artists including Paramore, Linkin Park and Collective Soul.

Although the Jonas Brothers have yet to actually watch “Twilight,” they are looking forward to seeing it.

“For a lot of guys, they want superpowers,” Joe said of Robert Pattinson’s character, Edward Cullen. “He’s a vampire, but he’s pretty strong and stuff.”

And the brothers are grateful that “Twilight” has given them a needed meal break.

“I think this is really funny,” Kevin recalled of “Twilight’s” opening night. “We were in town, because we were working all day on our TV show.

“We weren’t able to make it to the premiere. We were invited, but we couldn’t make it,” he continued. “That night, we were starving coming home from work. And we wanted to get pizza.”

The crowds of teens were so distracted by the premiere, that the Jonas Brothers were able to sneak, undetected, into the restaurant.

“The pizza place that we ordered from just happened to be across the street from the premiere,” Kevin laughed. “And so, we come up driving, and didn’t realize that it was the ‘Twilight’ premiere. It was one of those comical moments that was really funny for us.”

Whether or not they appear on the Twilight soundtrack, they’re keeping busy with their new film, “Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience” which hits theaters February 27.

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