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In case you haven't heard, the Jonas brothers are back! They released a new single, "Sucker," on March 1st; unsurprisingly, it made it to the top of Billboard's HOT 100 shortly thereafter.

Many people have been waiting for the Jonas brothers' return to the music world, and were more than excited to listen to the new track.


According to BuzzAngle Music, in addition to playing on the radio, "Sucker" was listened to on 30 million audio streams, 16 million video streams and 88,000 digital sales in its first week alone. An impressive debut for a song from a group who hasn't been active in five years!

You can view the video for "Sucker" below:

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Indian actress, singer and producer, has been married to Nick since December. They celebrated their union with both traditional Hindu and Christian ceremonies at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur.

In celebration of this milestone, Nick Jonas decided to get a very expensive present for his wife: a Maybach.

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The MSRP for 2019 Mercedes-Maybach S 650 starts at $199,000. Not an insignificant investment.

Priyanka shared a congratulatory message to her husband on Instagram shortly after the song hit number one, showing the shadow box sent from Billboard to commemorate the achievement.


Shortly thereafter, she shared another post showing the couple and their dog, Diana, in front of the new car with a celebratory bottle of champagne.

The car's name? Extra Chopra Jonas. A fitting name for such an extra gift.


Most Instagram users were loving the gift, and the feelings behind it.


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Some were a bit critical of the exorbitant display of wealth, though.

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Nick's excitement at the achievement is understandable, and it makes sense that he would want a tangible way to share that excitement with his lovely wife.

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