Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle are expecting their first child, E! News reports.
"I was overjoyed," Kevin said. "It's been the most exciting thing in my life so far. I'm excited and I'm nervous."
Are the Jonas Brothers about to welcome another Jonas into the family biz? Not quite, but babies are on the mind of Kevin and Danielle Jonas when their E! reality series Married to Jonas returns for its second season on Sunday (10:30/9:30c). "We do talk about it a lot," Kevin tells TV Guide Magazine. "I think because I'm going to be carrying for nine months, I will be on and off the tour," Danielle adds — hypothetically. "I know that our life isn't normal, but I'd like to keep it kind of normal so that they're the same as other kids."
Supernatural fans proved their power yet again by helping star Misha Collins win a Shorty Award during Monday night's ceremony.
The Shorty Awards honor the best content producers on social media. Collins, who has more than 790,000 Twitter followers, was voted Best Actor in Social Media. Tara Strong, who voices Twilight Sparkle on My Little Pony, won Best Actress.
ABC Family's hit series Pretty Little Liars won Best TV Show, which recognizes the program with the best Twitter presence. The show's official handle boasts 1.2 million followers. Married to Jonas came in second, with The Vampire Diaries in third. Jonas star Kevin Jonas came in first in the Reality Star category.
Justin Bieber won the Celebrity Shorty Award.
Jonas Brothers fans have seen oldest brother Kevin sing and act, and now they'll get to see him in another role: husband.
On the new E! reality series Married to Jonas, cameras follow Kevin and his wife Danielle as they learn to adapt to each other's polar opposite parents and ponder if they should start their own family — all while Kevin and his brothers Nick and Joe reunite to record their next album.
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Check out the five things Kevin and Danielle are most excited for viewers to see when their show debuts on Sunday at 10/9c on E!
E! is venturing into scripted programming, developing drama projects from John Wells, Kevin Spacey and Phillip Noyce. Additionally, the network has picked up a talent series from Nigel Lythgoe and a talk show with Whitney Cummings.
In keeping with the network's brand, the scripted development slate features twists on pop culture. "Our strategy is centered on telling compelling stories that reflect pop culture relevancy in unique and irreverent ways, and these ...