Jonas Brothers score their highest-ever UK chart hit
26 January 2020, 18:56
Jonas Brothers have secured their highest-ever hit on the UK's biggest chart show with 'What A Man Gotta Do'.
Jonas Brothers have achieved their highest placing ever on The Official Big Top 40 with their latest single.
'What A Man Gotta Do' has climbed to Number 4 on the UK's biggest chart show, becoming their first Top 5 hit.
It beats last year's comeback single 'Sucker', which reached a peak of Number 6 and was their first song in over five years.
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