The singer paused the Jonas Brothers show to marry the band’s percussionist and her fiancé
Joe Jonas isn't just a singer, he's a wedding officiant too!
The Jonas Brothers member proved his skills as a wedding officiant by pausing his concert with brothers Kevin, 35, and Nick, 31, to tie the knot for a band member during their show in Anaheim, California on Sunday night.
In a video shared on social media, Joe, 34, helped the band’s percussionist, Molly Lopresti, and her fiancé, Nick Shirm, say "I do." He also took a moment to share what led him to become the couple's wedding officiator.
He told the audience that Molly explained to the group, "Look, I'd love to go on tour with you guys, but the only problem is I'm supposed to get married to my fiancé, Nick."
"We said, 'Let's figure this out, we gotta help them out in some way. If only we knew an ordained minister on this tour,'" Joe added, referring to himself. "Oh wait, [we do].”
Before the singer could say “I now pronounce you husband and wife,” there was an eruption of applause from the crowd, and the brothers performed "When You Look Me in the Eyes" for the couple's first dance.
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Joe — who recently filed for divorce from Sophie Turner after four years of marriage — shared another sweet moment on stage with his brothers earlier this month by welcoming their father, Kevin Jonas Sr., on stage to perform the Eagles' 1973 rock ballad "Desperado” in Nashville.
In a video shared across social media by fans in the crowd, Nick is heard describing their father as "somebody who literally had at least 50 percent to do with us being here tonight." As fans began to cheer, he said, "Please welcome Kevin Jonas Sr."
Kevin previously performed the Eagles classic with his sons during a concert in Las Vegas last year. The current tour list of the band covers songs from their whole collection, which Nick previously told PEOPLE is their “most ambitious” concert.
“It’s our most ambitious show we’ve ever put on, in the sense that building out five albums in one night was a challenge that I don’t think we fully understood until after we’d already put it on sale,” he said. “[But] it’s amazing to just go back and look at the road that brought us to this moment now.”
During a March interview, Kevin told TODAY that the band’s main focus is to have fun and enjoy their music.
"I do think we put a lot of pressure on ourselves when we were younger to get it all right," he said. "I think now we just kind of do what we need to do to have fun and continue making music that we love, and I think that's why it's working."
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