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Sunday, June 18, 2023

Tabloid confirms TXT might have a song collaboration with Jonas Brothers

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Tabloid confirms TXT might have a song collaboration with Jonas Brothers. (Read More Here).

Nick Jonas fans are convinced that he is planning to collaborate with South Korean boy band Tomorrow X Together, more commonly known as TXT after he recently liked one of their tweets.

Road Dogs started when the Jonas Brothers played recreational softball games while on tour in 2009. The games became very popular with fans after one of the brothers mentioned the games on a social media site. This year, they will be playing seven innings of softball at minor league stadiums throughout the country. At each venue they are working with Allstate to educate fans about the dangers of texting and driving.  Eagle Eyed internet sleuths have found out that Jonas liked a tweet from TXT’s official Twitter page, which showed the five members laying in front of a swimming pool with their backs to the camera. “We go Together,” the tweet was simply captioned. The tweet appears under Jonas’ official Twitter page’s “Likes” section.

Allstate's X the TXT social initiative is partnering with the Jonas Brothers' "Road Dogs" softball tour to raise teen awareness about the dangers of texting while driving and to encourage young people and their families to pledge not to text and drive. The 12-city tour is headed to the Houston area where the Road Dogs will be playing ball in support of X the TXT. The game is on Saturday, Sept. 11, at League City, Tex., on Ebbett's Field at Big League Dreams Sports Park where the Road Dogs will be taking on the Marquis Jet Flyers. All Road Dogs games are free and open to the public. Tickets are limited to each stadium's capacity. The gates open at 11:00 a.m. and the game starts at 12:15 p.m.

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