When the Jonas Brothers filmed their documentary Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience in 2008, the 22-year-old cohost of “Claim to Fame” acted like the 33-year-old lead singer of DNCE.
On the other hand, Olson dressed up as the 32-year-old singer of “Lavender Haze,” who was a guest star in the movie and sang “Should’ve Said No.”
Frankie captioned a TikTok video of himself and Olson in their couples costume as Joe and Taylor from the 3D movie, “Fighting off the horny celibate teens as Joe and Taylor from the 3D movie.” For his part, Frankie wore a “Burnin’ Up” T-shirt and a vest that went with it.
On the other hand, his girlfriend wore a silver dress with a lot of sparkle and turquoise cowboy boots. Frankie shared a close-up photo of his and Olson’s hands with the caption “matching purity rings” in an Instagram post on Sunday, October 30.
During their early days as Disney stars, Joe and his brothers Nick and Kevin Jonas were known for wearing the accessories. “Purity rings were meant to be given to the right person at the right time. “In March 2019, Joe talked about it on The Late Late Show With James Corden.
“When you’re like 12, and you do that—because we grew up in a church and our dad was a pastor—it was kind of natural for everyone we grew up with to go through this, get one, and say, ‘I’m going to wait for the right person.'”
Some would say, “I’ll wait until I’m married.” When you’re 15 or 16, and you start dating, you might think, “Wait a minute. What did I say I was going to do?'”
Swift never wore a purity ring, but she dated Joe for a short time in 2008 while the Jonas Brothers were on their Burnin’ Up Tour. Later, the “Anti-Hero” singer said that Joe ended things with her in a 27-second phone call.
In a MySpace post at the time, the Camp Rock actor talked about what his ex-girlfriend said. He said, “When you’re in a relationship for any length of time, there are going to be problems. Sometimes they get solved, and sometimes they make people change their minds.
Not too long ago, this was the case.” The Cats star wrote about the breakup in the song “Forever & Always,” which came out a month after the news of the split got out.
“And I stare at the phone, but he still hasn’t called. Then you feel so low that you can’t feel anything at all. And you remember when he said, “Forever and always.” The song was sung by Swift, and it was on her Fearless album from 2008.
A decade after she broke up with Joe, the Pennsylvanian woman said she regretted calling him out for the phone call when she thought about the “most rebellious thing” she did as a teenager.
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in May 2019, Swift said, “Probably when I, like, ripped into Joe Jonas on your show.” “That was a lot. I was 18. Yeah. Even though we laugh about it now, that wasn’t polite. Just some stuff for teenagers.”