Happiness begins at the #AMAs because the @jonasbrothers are performing LIVE presented by @TMobile! Join us Sunday, Nov. 24 on ABC and #AMAsWithUs pic.twitter.com/9ds3IfCk7o— American Music Awards (@AMAs) November 15, 2019
Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Pop rock band Jonas Brothers will perform during the 2019 American Music Awards.
Dick Clark Productions and ABC announced in a press release Friday that the Jonas Brothers will give a special live performance from their Happiness Begins tour stop in Boston, Mass., during the awards show Nov. 24.
The AMAS confirmed the news in a tweet Friday.
"Happiness begins at the #AMAs because the @jonasbrothers are performing LIVE presented by @TMobile! Join us Sunday, Nov. 24 on ABC and #AMAsWithUs," the post reads.
The Jonas Brothers are nominated for two awards at the AMAs, Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/Rock and Favorite Song - Pop/Rock for "Sucker."
Swift will receive the Artist of the Decade award during the ceremony. She said Thursday on Twitter that she's been blocked from performing her older songs at the AMAs due to her ongoing dispute with Scooter Braun.
The Jonas Brothers released their fifth studio album, Happiness Begins, in June. The group kicked off its accompanying tour in August and will next perform Friday in Sunrise, Fla.