Frankie Jonas and Anna Olson as Joe Jonas and Taylor Swift

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Frankie Jonas and his girlfriend had a private connection to their Halloween costume this yr. Jonas and his girlfriend, Anna Olson, dressed as Joe Jonas and ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift from their 2008 duet featured within the film “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Live performance Expertise,” launched in 2009.

Frankie wore black pants and a leather-based vest on prime of a graphic T-shirt with “Burnin’ Up” written throughout the entrance, referencing the Jonas Brothers’ 2008 hit. In the meantime, Olson confronted him in a shimmery silver costume, just like the one Swift wore whereas she carried out “Ought to’ve Stated No” with Joe whereas they had been relationship. In the Instagram post shared by the youngest Jonas, you possibly can see how carefully the couple’s outfits resemble the nonetheless of Joe and Swift on stage.

The “Declare to Fame” host and his girlfriend doubled down in his dedication to poking enjoyable at Joe. With rings on their ring fingers, Frankie shared a photograph of their arms with “Matching Purity rings XOXO” written over the snap, referencing the symbols of celibacy the Jonas Brothers famously wore of their early careers. Whereas Swift by no means overtly wore a purity ring, it was nonetheless a enjoyable means for Frankie to troll his brothers.

The content material did not cease there. Frankie additionally made a TikTok video of him and Olson playfully pretending to battle off the “attractive celibate teenagers as joe and taylor from the 3d film.” He additionally posted a skit of him pretending to be Joe whereas Olson asks, “Joe Jonas, is that you just?” behind the digicam.

See Frankie and Olson’s intelligent Halloween costume beneath.



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