Watch: Kevin Jonas Talks "Camp Rock" 10-Year Anniversary
Now this is what we came here for!
More than 11 years since Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam premiered on the Disney Channel, Joe Jonas once again tugged on our heartstrings when he recently reunited with his former co-star, Chloe Bridges. As it turned out, the two made a brief appearance on the second season of The Righteous Gemstones, and Chloe—whose husband, Adam DeVine, stars in the HBO series—took to Instagram to share a photo of their sweet reunion.
"Here's some bts from season 2 episode 2 of @therighteousgemstones which is now streaming on @hbomax!" Chloe wrote in a Jan. 10 post. "I live in South Carolina with Adam for half the year while he's shooting the show, so I was very pumped when the @roughhousepictures crew asked me if I wanted to go to set for a few days."
"Plus, one of my scenes involved Joe singing while I'm just kinda in the background somewhere, a skillset I had already honed during Camp Rock 2, so I guess the part was perfect for me," she added. "Congrats to the whole crew on season two !!"
On The Righteous Gemstones' episode titled "After I Leave, Savage Wolves Will Come," Joe made a surprise cameo as himself—singing and line-dancing to Little Texas' "God Blessed Texas"—while Chloe appeared in an uncredited role as an onlooker.
Way back in 2010, the pair starred in Camp Rock 2 as campers at rival summer camps. Starring alongside his brothers, Joe reprised his role of Shane Gray. Meanwhile, Chloe joined the cast as Dana Turner, the love interest of Nick Jonas' Nate Gray character.
So, what has the rest of the campers at Camp Rock been up to all these years? Scroll on to find out.
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He was Shane Gray for crying out loud!
The Jonas Brothers' lead singer took on the leading man role in Camp Rock, playing the aforementioned Shane Gray (which he loves to remind fans of by recreating iconic scenes from the movies).
After the group disbanded in 2013, most expected Joe to be the brother to launch a solo career—especially after being the first to release an individual album pre-split—Instead, he found success with his band DNCE, which officially formed in 2015 and had a major hit with "Cake By the Ocean."
When it comes to his personal life, Joe, 30, had high-profile romances with Taylor Swift and Gigi Hadid before he began dating Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner in 2016. The couple would go on to announce their engagement with matching Instagram posts in October 2017, but the two wouldn't get married until May 2019.
Following the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, Joe and Sophie held a surprise (and star-studded) ceremony at a Las Vegas wedding chapel, with the newly minted husband and wife swapped ring pops instead of wedding bands. They later held a second wedding ceremony for family and friends in France.
The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Willa, on July 22, 2020, though they never publicly confirmed they were expecting.
"They are home and getting settled," a source told E! News. "Joe is very hands on and involved. He wants to do everything he can and loves being with the baby and helping Sophie."
Disney Channel/Kobal/Shutterstock, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for SiriusXMDemi Lovato
After starring as the camp's newcomer Mitchie Torres in both Camp Rock movies, Lovato would go on to front their own Disney Channel series, Sonny With a Chance, for two years.
Lovato's music career took off after saying goodbye to the network, releasing hit singles—"Confident," "Sorry, Not Sorry" and "Cool for the Summer" are just a few—and seven studio albums. They also served as a judge on The X Factor, and guest-starred on Glee and Will & Grace.
The engagement came two years after Lovato was rushed to the hospital for an accidental overdose in July 2018. They spent two weeks in the hospital, after which they completed three months of treatment at a mental health facility. They would go on to make a comeback with triumphant performances at the 2020 Grammys and the 2020 Super Bowl.
In 2021, Lovato came out as non-binary and changed their pronouns to they/them, saying, "This has come after a lot of healing and self-reflective work."
Disney Channel/Kobal/Shutterstock, Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Vanity FairNick Jonas
While the youngest member of the band took on a supporting role as drummer Nate Gray in the two films, Nick would be the only brother to go on to have an acting career, starring in the gritty MMA drama Kingdom and Fox's Scream Queens. He also starred in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, one of 2017's highest-grossing movies, and returned for the 2019 sequel.
Nick also continued have success in the music world, releasing two solo albums and making the top 10 hit as a solo artist on the Billboard Hot 100 with his single "Jealous."
When The Jonas Brothers announced they were reuniting in 2018, going on to release the hit single "Sucker," Nick took ownership for the group's breakup five years prior in their revealing 2019 documentary Chasing Happiness.
Aside from his music career and acting credits, Nick, as you might've heard, settled down, marrying Baywatch star Priyanka Chopra in a very small, intimate ceremony in December 2018.
Just kidding: Nick and Priyanka exchanged vows in several ceremonies spread out over a three-day wedding extravaganza in India. And their wedding was such a big deal that the couple posed together for the cover of Vogue, detailing their whirlwind romance.