Jonas Brothers promote vaccines with Biden
The Jonas Brothers are lending their voices to “Joe Byron’s” COVID-19 vaccination push, appearing in a spoof on a viral TikTok video alongside President Biden.
Nick Jonas shared a video on Friday filmed with his pair of brothers, showing the “Sucker” singers yukking it up around the holiday decor at the White House.
“Are you vaccinated?” the performers say in the audio-dubbed clip. “Yes, sir!” they exclaim.
The trio then asks Biden, “Uh, did we get it?”
Biden is seen filming the entertainers with a phone, before telling them, “We got it.”
— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) December 17, 2021
The video from the Jonas Brothers is their take on a TikTok trend that went viral earlier this year, using audio from a “Sidetalk NYC” video in which a New York man referred to the 46th president as “Joe Byron.”
It’s not the first time the White House has enlisted the help of entertainers and social media influencers to promote COVID-19 vaccines.
In July, Olivia Rodrigo appeared in a video alongside Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, to urge young people to get vaccinated. Social media comedian Benito Skinner also pretended to be a fictional White House intern to discuss the Biden administration’s vaccine progress in August, while “Body Party” singer Ciara promoted childhood vaccines with first lady Jill Biden last month.