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After the Gregory family's house sadly burned down, they returned to their charred home to see if anything was salvageable after the blaze. Unfortunately, most everything had been left unusable by the fire, with one notable exception: a tour book for the Jonas Brothers with an incredibly ironic title.


Twitter user @gayyspice recorded a video of one of the last items left after the fire: the Jonas Brothers' Burning Up.



@gayyspice wrote of going back to what's left of the family home:

"It was a very emotional process, but as we walked up to what used to be our porch, we saw this. Sometimes God knows you need a good laugh."

Twitter users sent their condolences and laughed at the book's unlikely survival.





If there's a higher being watching us, they have a sense of humor.


It seems almost as if the book was hand-picked to survive.



Joe and Kevin Jonas even responded on Twitter, hoping everything was alright with the Gregory family!




Well, it's official..."Burnin' Up" by the Jonas brothers is immune to flame.

Jonas Brothers - Burnin' Up youtu.be

This isn't news to any hardcore Jonas fan.



We hope all is well, Gregory family! May you find yourself in a new house soon, this one lined from end to end with Jonas Brothers books.

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