'Thankful it ended': Jonas Brothers trolled by Cowboys and Giants fans over Thanksgiving halftime show

The Jonas Brothers performed at the NFL Thanksgiving halftime after 14 years. They previously performed in 2008

'Thankful it ended': Jonas Brothers trolled by Cowboys and Giants fans over Thanksgiving halftime show
Jonas Brothers performed during the NFL Thanksgiving (Fox Sports)
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ARLINGTON, TEXAS: The Jonas Brothers performed at the NFL Thanksgiving halftime after 14 years on Thursday, November 24. They previously performed for Thanksgiving in 2008. The singers performed as Dallas Cowboys faced New York Giants. The brothers, Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jones set the AT&T stadium on fire as they performed together. 

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The NFL Thanksgiving half-day is commemorated to bring the sense of Thanksgiving to young minds. However, the Jonas Brothers were trolled across social media platforms after their performance at the event.

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The official statement of the Cowboys claimed, "The annual event is also known as the Red Kettle Kickoff as the Cowboys, and The Salvation Army continue their longstanding partnership. The performance is a Cowboys tradition, issuing a rallying cry to donate to the iconic 'Red Kettle Campaign,' which is now in its 132nd year."

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"We couldn't be more excited to return to AT&T Stadium and play The Salvation Army halftime show," the Jonas Brothers said. "We are honored that our performance will help raise awareness of the great need that exists and encourage everyone to donate to The Salvation Army to make a difference in their communities this holiday season and all year long." Further, Charlotte Jones, executive vice president and chief brand officer for the Cowboys and former national advisory board chairperson for The Salvation Army said,  "The Jonas Brothers' passion and generous spirit are just what we need to put a spotlight on the challenges facing so many millions of people this year. We are thrilled to have the Jonas Brothers perform on our national stage for a halftime show that I know will inspire hope and generosity." 

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'A lot of people hit the mute button like i did i'm sure'

The internet quickly reacted to the trio's performance. NFL wrote in its official page, "This Thanksgiving concert is sick @jonasbrothers #NYGvsDAL." Another added, "alot of people hit the mute button like i did im sure." A user claimed, "can’t believe the jonas brothers didn’t give us year 3000 or burnin’ up." Another stated, "NFL fans ready for the halftime show but realizing it’s the Jonas Brothers." "I’d rather listen to Tennessee’s Marching Band play Rocky Top 1,000 times during halftime than watching the Jonas Brothers. My God College Football is so much better than the NFL," read a tweet. A user tweeted, "The whole living room got up to go put away the leftovers." Another said, "They could’ve played better songs tbh." Another tweeted, "I’m thankful for the fact it ended." Another user claimed, "Your in Texas and no country artist? Doesn't make sense. I went and put my laundry away during the halftime."

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