Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner, and Danielle Jonas Attend the Jonas Brothers' Documentary Premiere

PDA alert!

Updated 06/04/19

Steve Granitz

On Monday night, the Jonas Brothers celebrated the premiere of Chasing Happiness, a new documentary on Amazon that chronicles the rise of the boy band, and they had their biggest supporters with them to mark the occasion. Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner, and Danielle Jonas all graced the red carpet, adding tons of PDA to the event.

The couples were photographed at the Regency Bruin Theatre in Los Angeles. Chopra and Nick had some cute moments laughing together before cameras, while Danielle and Kevin shared a kiss in front of everyone. Joe, meanwhile, was busy playing Instagram husband for Turner, who showed up at the premiere in a gorgeous metallic gown with silver sequins. The whole thing kind of felt like the brothers running back their music video for "Sucker," which stars each of their wives.

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They later told E! News that they were super excited to have their significant others with them for the celebration. “It's a dream come true,” Nick said. “They're all so busy that the fact that they get to come here and support us means the world.”

Chasing Happiness has been in the making for a while now, and it touches on the emotional break that the Jonas Brothers took a few years ago. In the trailer for the film, Joe gets teary describing how the hiatus was initiated by his younger brother, Nick. "What hurts the most is that it came from Nick,"he said. "He is my best friend."

Speaking to E!, Joe explained how their relationship has grown since taking a break and reuniting as a band.

“I think what we learned over the last year, and what the doc shows quite a bit is that our relationship as brothers, as family, comes first,” he said. “And, then the band -- that comes second. It's important to us, obviously, but we have to make sure we have a healthy outlook on everything, and that ultimately makes us a lot more fun. And we enjoy the road a lot more.”

The film is available now on Amazon.

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