Jack Black sings his hit from “Super Mario Bros. ” in concert

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Jack Black made a surprise appearance at the Jonas Brothers’ wrap party in New York to perform ” Peaches “.

The closing night of the tour Five Albums. One Night by the Jonas Brothers proved unforgettable in more than one way. During intermission of Saturday night’s concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, Jack Black suddenly appeared on stage for a surprise rendition of the ballad ” Peaches » from the film Super Mario Bros.

Black appeared out of nowhere, dressed as his character Bowser and sang the ode to Princess Peach. He then introduced the trio, before disappearing. “ I just want to say that ever since I was in the jungles of Jumanji, I’ve been a huge fan. And I’m so proud to call them my friendshe shouted to the cheers of the crowd. Ladies and gentlemen, applaud…the Jonas Brothers. »

Watch the performance in fan footage, below.

@kristalterrell one thing the @Jonas Brothers are gonna do is keep me on my toes. #jackblack #peaches #supermariomovie #jonasbrothers #concert #brooklyn ♬ original sound – Kristal

This spring, the piano ballad became a surprise hit on streaming services, skyrocketing up the digital music charts, so much so that in April, Black teamed up with the director of Lyrical LemonadeCole Bennett, for a music video for the love song to Princess Peach.

Saturday night’s concert also featured another surprise appearance, that of frequent Jonas Brothers collaborator Ryan Tedder. The Jonas Brothers will continue their overseas tour in February, starting with New Zealand.


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