US boyband Jonas Brothers dined out at the Nobu Berkley last night as they prepared for the UK premiere of their latest movie Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
The trio of brothers – Kevin, 20, Joe, 19, and Nick, 15, – looked as clean cut as ever with matching curly hairstyles and cheesy grins as they left the popular restaurant.
But they stayed true to their straight-laced image by heading straight back to their hotel after the meal.
Last year they were besieged by thousands of screaming fans at the Hollywood screening of the movie and they look set for a similar welcome in Leicester Square tonight.
The new film comes hot on the heels of their last Disney film Camp Rock, released last year.
The latest project is a 3-D concert film of the 2008 Jonas Brothers Burning Up concert tour, as well as documentary footage on the lives of the three brothers.
All three of the boys wear purity rings, signifying a desire to stay celibate until they get married.
Early night: Nick (far left) Joe and Kevin (right) headed straight back to their hotel after the meal
In a contrast with other bands who rely on controversy and rebellion to make their name, the group doesn’t drink, smoke or even swear, but, despite their seeming lack of rock n’ roll credentials, they made it onto the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in July this year.
The siblings recently announced plans to do a live show at Wembley arena on June 15.
The group performed two sell-out tours last year in the United States and won an American Music Award.
Their debut self-titled album and 2008’s A Little Bit Longer were both certified gold in the UK and have sold in excess of 4 million copies worldwide.