The Jonas Brothers Recreated One Of The Kardashians’ Most Iconic Moments

The Jonas Brothers Recreated One Of The Kardashians’ Most Iconic Moments

Singing, acting, paying tribute to the biggest memes of reality TV…is there anything the Jonas Brothers can’t do? On Monday night (January 13), the JoBros took to Instagram with a hilarious clip paying homage to one of reality TV’s most iconic moments. Joe and Nick lip-synced along to the infamous “Don’t Be Fucking Rude” scene from the second season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians to fantastic effect. In case you haven’t seen the episode, it’s from over a decade ago in 2008. Kim bursts into a room and starts beating up sister Khloé with her purse.”Don’t be fucking rude!” she screams. “I swear to God, don’t be fucking rude. I’ll fucking hurt you. Don’t do that.” Khloé tries her best to defend herself. The purse beating always looks super brutal. In the clip, Joe takes on the role of Kim, while Nick plays Khloé. They don’t voice the lines from the scene themselves, and instead mime along to audio of it, like a TikTok video. “Don’t be Rude!” the brothers captioned their video. The “Sucker” singers’ take on one of the most meme-worthy moments of all time attracted the attention of Kim Kardashian herself, who hit up the JoBros’ comment section to leave a quick response. “OMGGGG I love you guys,” Kim gushed, before sharing the video. A few other famous friends chimed in as well, including Diplo. “Give me that jacket,” he joked. Watching the brief clip has left us with one intense desire: a whole new Keeping Up with the Kardashians spin-off where the Jonas Brothers simply take over the family’s roles and act out their most memorable scenes. Which brother is going to turn into Kim when she ugly cries? We’ll be waiting to see that version of the show play out. In the meantime, watch the clip. Don’t be “fucking rude.”
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