-Demi Lovato is very honored to have been asked to play at the Kids’ Inaugural: We Are The Future concert on January 19th. The Jonas Brothers are also thrilled. They talked to the press about it today, as well as about their shows, at the TCA Press Tour in LA.
“We couldn’t have been more thrilled than to have been asked,” says Nick. “I’ve always always talked about a future in the White House one day. It really is an honor. What we’re doing is it’s all for the children and families of the military.”
“It’s a huge honor to be a part of this especially because it’s not any just any other president. It’s an amazing opportunity,” said Lovato, 16, adding that she would be performing “Get Back” and “La La Land” from her album. “[I am] ridiculously nervous to the point where I don’t know what I’ll do with myself,” she says. “I really hope I don’t fall.”
The Jonas Brothers plan to play “Burnin’ Up,” ‘We know that Sasha and Malia are fans of ‘Burnin’ Up,’ said Nick.
Get ready to watch The Kids’ Inaugural: We Are the Future concert on the Disney Channel on Monday, Jan. 19 beginning at 8 p.m. ET/PT.