Very bad news, Jonas Brothers fans:
Just two days prior to the start of their fall tour, these attractive siblings have canceled all concert dates - and spokesman Jesse Derris has made no secret over why:
"There is a deep rift within the band," Derris tells People. "There was a big a disagreement over their music direction."
No other details have been released, except that an argument broke out between Nick, Joe and Kevin this weekend, prompting them to pull the plug on their scheduled 19-date tour.
It was meant to kick off Friday in Pennsylvania and ticket holders will be refunded their money.
There haven't been any signs of turmoil between The Jonas Brothers until now.
They were just featured on the cover of Out, happily addressing gay rumors and offering up praise for Miley Cyrus.
But now the future is uncertain for a group that was signed to Hollywood Records in 2007 and has sold over 20 million albums around the globe.
Might this be the end of their time on stage together? "It remains to be seen," Derris said.