Jonas Brothers Perform "Sucker" and "Only Human" at MTV Video Music Awards

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The performance marked the band's first time at the awards show in 10 years.

Jonas Brothers brought the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards to the beach on Monday.

The special remote performance began at The Stone Pony at Asbury Park, New Jersey. The band of brothers sang their hit "Sucker" onstage at the historic music club known for hosting such musicians as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi.

Nick and Kevin played guitar, while Joe jumped around the stage. The group eventually got off the stage and walked through the audience before they exited the building. Nick, the youngest bandmember, got rid of his guitar as he led his siblings through a crowd of fans and walked onto an outdoor stage on the beach.

Once on the stage, they sang the third single, "Only Human," off of their latest album, Happiness Begins. The brothers interacted with each other, as well as the audience members, during the energetic performance.

Fireworks were set off on the beach to mark the conclusion of the remote appearance.

The performance marked the group's first time at the awards show in 10 years.

Jonas Brothers are nominated for video of the year, song of the year and best pop for "Sucker," as well as artist of the year.

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco hosted the 2019 VMAs from the Prudential Center in nearby Newark. The ceremony aired on MTV.