Heartbreaking news for fans of the kiddie pop (or more like parents of those fans): The Jonas Brothers have canceled their tour. (Cue: chorus of deflated sighs.) According to the official release, the band, originally due at Bellco Theatre on Friday, November 1, as part of its nineteen-city tour, is no longer appearing due to "extenuating circumstances" -- which, ABC News, citing a rep for the group, says actually stems from a spat between the siblings. Creative differences, evidently. Ah, yes, trouble in paradise. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Meantime, break it to those babies gently. We're with you.
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