Joe Jonas may already be a married man, but he’s still taking time out to say goodbye to his days as a single man once and for all. The DNCE frontman reportedly celebrated his bachelor party in Ibiza!
According to Us Weekly, Joe, 29, his brothers Kevin and Nick, DNCE bandmate Cole Whittle and Kevin’s brother-in-law, Mike Deleasa, headed to the Mediterranean island for a little guys’ getaway ahead of the “Sucker” singer’s second wedding to wife Sophie Turner in France this summer.
Deleasa—a.k.a. Danielle Jonas’s brother—gave fans a peek at their picturesque views from aboard their boat on Instagram on Thursday, May 30. “Submission for Trip Advisor... The Olive Garden is a must,” he captioned a gallery of snaps that showed him and Whittle soaking up the rays.
“Joe wanted to celebrate with his friends and family and is doing so on a yacht,” a source explained to Entertainment Tonight.
The fun won’t end there, though: Joe and Sophie also reportedly plan to throw quite the shindig at their overseas nuptials, complete with a performance by none other that the Joe Bros themselves. “Joe and Sophie want to have a huge party,” an insider told Us Weekly. “There’ll be a live band, and the Jonas Brothers are expected to take the stage.”
The singer previously revealed to James Corden that there will also be plenty of activities at the ceremony. "We’re going to have a flag rugby game at the wedding and a flag football game,” he touted. “So if all the groomsmen show up with black eyes and broken arms, I’ll be very proud."
According to Us Weekly, there will still be upscale elements to be found, however: “The decor is going to be sophisticated, but there’ll be some kitschy elements, including a really wild cake," a confidant shared.
Joe and Turner, 23, wed in a quickie Las Vegas wedding ceremony earlier this month, making their impending, more formal ceremony legal. (Couples must be residents in order to have their marriages recognized in France.)
And the Game of Thrones alum hinted on The Graham Norton Show last week that the wedding was likely happening on July 15.
“It's in France. 15th of July... I have no idea,” Norton joked, to which Turner responded, “That was a pretty good guess."