Jonas Brother Joe graduates on stage

Teen heart throb gets diploma during concert

Jonas Brother Joe graduates on stage
Joe Jonas, the middle member of the sibling trio The Jonas Brothers, received his high school diploma last night – live on stage.

The teen heartthrobs were performing a show in Atlanta, GA, when Joe, who was tutored while touring, was presented with the diploma, and donned a blue cap and gown.

Meanwhile, The Jonas Brothers scored their first Number One album this week in the US with their third studio effort ‘A Little Bit Longer’. The album sold 525,000 copies, making it the third biggest selling album this year after Lil’ Wayne and Coldplay.

The Jonas Brothers currently have two albums in the chart, with their second album ‘The Jonas Brothers’ also in the Top Ten. The release has been in the Billboard Top 200 for 54 weeks.

In addition, the band also feature on the soundtrack to the Disney movie ‘Camp Rock’ which is currently a Number Eight.

--By our New York staff.
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