Gang’s all here… again. The Jonas Brother dropped yet another music video late Thursday, January 16, and it’s another catchy feature starring their wives Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas. This particular single, “What A Man Gotta Do,” was inspired by iconic film scenes in Grease, Risky Business and Say Anything.
The song opens with Nick Jonas tackling Tom Cruise’s famous scene in 1983 film Risky Business opposite Chopra’s interpretation of Rebecca de Mornay. Turner and Joe Jonas played John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John’s characters Danny and Sandy in Grease, while oldest brother Kevin Jonas re-creates John Cusack’s boombox scene in Say Anything.
This isn’t the first time the wives have been featured in a Jonas Brothers music video. The three also served as the trio’s muses in their colorful 2019 hit, “Sucker.”
For Chopra, watching Nick act in his music videos was an attractive characteristic before they started dating. “The first thing I do in the morning is put on music,” Chopra previously told Harper’s Bazaar. “My life has always been pretty musical, and now, with Nick, it’s completely musical. I decided to date him after seeing the video for ‘Close,’ where his shirt comes off. So that song is my favorite.”
Chopra and Jonas celebrated one year of marriage over the holidays while Turner and Jonas wed in a lavish French chateau wedding in June 2019.
Throughout the last year, the wives have been a fixture in supporting the boy band especially as they got back together and moved forward with their endeavors. All three were present on the red carpet of Chasing Happiness last June at the Regency Bruin Theatre in L.A.
“It’s a dream come true,” Nick previously told Entertainment Tonight of the support. “They’re all so busy that the fact that they get to come here and support us means the world.”
Joe added, “We got them on their one day off!”
While the couples are seemingly public about their love for each other, there’s a lot that’s left unspoken and private between the pairs. “If I wasn’t a famous person and I’d just got married, don’t you think my Insta would have photos of me and my husband?” Chopra previously told The Times UK. “Just because I’m famous, don’t I have the ability to be proud of being a newlywed without people saying that I’m using my marriage? I gave up my right to privacy when I became a public person, it’s the deal you make with the devil. But trust me, there are lots of things I still keep personal.”