Yep, that’s right. Snapchat users are already familiar with the new trending filters that give you stereotypical male or female features. Well, the “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” songstress is clearly a fan of the masculine lens because she reposted her filtered photo on her Instagram Stories and Twitter with the caption, “Ummm, why did Snapchat turn me into @joejonas??? It’s our brows?”
And it appears Joe agreed! How do we know? Well, the DNCE member shared Miley’s image on his Instagram Stories with a laughing emoji. And to top it all off, he also replied to her tweet, writing, “Brow game strong.”
Brow game strong.
— J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) May 12, 2019
As it turns out, these two go way back. You see, Miley came into the spotlight before the Jonas Brothers. But as the boys were starting to make a name for themselves, they actually appeared on a Season Two episode of Hannah Montana, titled “Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas.” Plus, the JoBros toured with Miley from 2007 to 2008 on her “Best of Both Worlds Tour.”
Joe even opened up in 2013 to New York Magazine about their big break on Miley’s iconic Disney Channel show.
He said, “Miley Cyrus played an already-famous pop star on a Disney show, Hannah Montana, and as we were starting to blow up, we got a boost by playing ourselves, as her favorite band on her own show. That was definitely our first major love shown by Disney, and I think it might have been a trial to see whether they should give us a show of our own, and they did. We got a sitcom called Jonas in which we played characters named Kevin, Joe, and Nick Lucas, members of an already-famous band.”
Well, it looks like they went from longtime friends to twinsies!
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