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The Jonas Brothers Spoof Their First Single, “Year 3000,” On ‘The Late Late Show’

On the second night of the recently reunited Jonas Brothers‘ week-long residency on CBS’ The Late Late Show Tuesday, Nick, Joe and Kevin performed a version of their first single “Year 3000” — with a twist.

The sketch saw the guys back in 2006 and working on their new song, “Year 2019,” in which they meet a British man — host James Corden — who tells them all about the weird things they’ll find in 13 years.

“One day, we were a home rehearsing when we heard a funny noise,” the song begins. “We opened the back door to find out it was a dude with a British voice. Stood there, said his name was James Corden [as the Late Late Show host enters the room] and we hadn’t heard of him.”

“He told us he built a time machine, described all the things he’d seen,” the song continues.

Among those sightings: The president is “the guy that hosts The Apprentice” and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is an actor.

Other things include Nick getting married; so many different milk varieties; “lonely Kevin” still being “the best meme”; and an obsession with the dance move, “flossing.”

Earlier, the guys played “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts,” in which participants are asked very personal questions and given a choice: answer truthfully or eat a really gross food, such as bull’s penis, worm spaghetti, and three chili smoothies.

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