Joe Jonas Reveals the One Thing He Needs for His Wedding to Sophie Turner in France

The singer said that even though he's having a destination wedding, he is going to need this one item shipped over to Europe

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner attend the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are busy making preparations for their wedding, which we know will be held in France later this year. But because it's probably going to be a super classy French affair, there's one thing Joe has made it clear his bartender needs to heavily stock up on: Coors Light.

Speaking on the Zach Sang Show last week with his brothers, Joe Jonas made it clear that he wants there to be lots of Coors Light, particularly because of a faux pas his younger brother Nick Jonas made when he married Priyanka Chopra last year.

“I mean, we are getting married in France, so a lot of Coors Light is necessary,” Joe Jonas said. “Not hard, really, to get that, but we needed to make sure that was going to happen."

Nick piped in, adding, "We learned a lesson from my wedding. Our friends drink a lot of beer, specifically, and we ran out of beer at the wedding, at my wedding, which was a big issue.”

Beer or no beer, Priyanka and Nick still had one of the most stunning and lavish ceremonies in wedding history—but running out of lighter alcohol can lead to some crazy wedding moments. Kevin pointed that out, joking, "It starts to get very dark very fast with hard alcohol instead...It’s just like ‘Oh, we’re doing this now? Okay.’“

Luckily, Joe has already shared that he kept a close eye on what his brothers did when they were planning their own weddings, and he isn't likely to repeat the same mistakes. And we probably shouldn't be too surprised by the Coors Light detail—the singer also made it clear that he wants there to be a rugby match during his big day.

"We’re going to have a flag rugby game at the wedding and a flag football game. So if all the groomsmen show up with black eyes and broken arms, I’ll be very proud," he said.

Beer and athletic events in France? We honestly can't wait to see how this day goes down.

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