Jonas Brothers axe entire tour days before it was due to begin: 'There's a deep rift between them'
American trio the Jonas Brothers have shocked fans in their home country by cancelling their entire tour that was due to begin in Pennsylvania tomorrow, October 11.
The 'Pom Poms' heartthrobs were scheduled to kick off a 19-date jaunt across the USA in just 24 hours, but a rep for the band has now confirmed that all of the dates have been axed and the stars have cited "creative differences" as the reason for pulling out.
MTV News quotes the Jonas Brothers' spokesperson, Jesse Derris, as telling them that there is "a deep rift within the band. There was a big disagreement over their music direction."
This news will come as a complete surprise to many as just three days ago (October 7), they posted a tweet revealing their excitement for the tour's opening night to their official group account. Neither Kevin, Joe or Nick have yet addressed the cancellation publicly.
Fans who have already bought tickets to the shows will be able to get refunds at the original point of purchase.
Last October (2012), the singers confessed that working together again musically was tough and even admitted to 'clashing' creatively: "No physical altercations, but yeah, you have to disagree to get what you want - disagree to agree. It works out because we have a voting system. Then we go to our management team if it doesn't work. If you feel strongly about something, I think it's always important to stick by it."
Watch their music video for 'First Time' here:
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