The insanely popular tween entertainment trio The Jonas Brothers may be virgins, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want nookie.
At least that’s what their mom says. That’s right, Mom Jonas tells Good Housekeeping that her boys have carnal desires.
"They are men. They have desires. They have testosterone," Denise says of Kevin, 21, Joe, 19 and Nick, 16. "If they make a mistake, I'm not going to hate them. I don't think they're above or beyond being seduced.
To indemnify themselves against all those ladies who would like to bed the Disney-fied rockstars (Lady Gaga want them all at once) the Jonas Brothers have decided to wear purity rings, a decision that has brought snickers from more than a few adults.
"They've been criticized for proclaiming things they never proclaimed. And what's the criticism?" Denise asks. "They don't want to go out there giving everyone an STD? What's so terrible about that?"
What people should be criticizing the Jonas Brothers for is not their wearing of purity rings, it’s this newly released video of 19-year-old Joe Jonas dancing in a full body leotard and lip syncing along with Beyonce’s “All the Single Ladies.”
His brothers and band mates, Nick and Kevin, are shown at the beginning of the video prodding him to perform, saying, "You have to do it," but they should have been saying, "dude, please don't do this."
The Jonas Brothers fourth album, "Lines, Vines and Trying Times" is set for release June 16.