Nick Jonas applauded a daring purple gown Priyanka Chopra wore to a premiere by poking enjoyable at a Jonas Brothers track

  • Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas attended the “Citadel” premiere on Tuesday in London, England.
  • Whereas Jonas wore a black tuxedo for the occasion, his spouse selected a placing purple robe.
  • The singer applauded the gown by posting a video with the track “Burnin’ Up” by the Jonas Brothers. 

If there’s one trend staple Nick Jonas can admire, it is a purple gown.

The musician attended the “Citadel” premiere on Tuesday in London, England, alongside his spouse Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who stars within the Amazon Prime collection.

Whereas Jonas wore an all-black ensemble for the occasion, Chopra Jonas opted for one thing extra colourful: a placing purple gown.

Jonas seemingly appreciated the look a lot that he filmed movies of his spouse carrying the gown, and posted them to TikTok with audio of him singing the “purple gown” line from the Jonas Brothers’ track “Burnin’ Up” within the background.

His video, which was posted on Tuesday, has obtained greater than 260,000 views thus far.

Whereas on the purple carpet, as seen in Jonas’ TikTok, the musician winked on the digital camera whereas Chopra Jonas posed within the background.

He wore a black tuxedo, a turtleneck high, and gown sneakers for the occasion.

Chopra Jonas’ look was extra dramatic, with an off-the-shoulder neckline, corseted bodice, and mermaid-style skirt. She additionally wore deep-red lipstick and daring blush that matched her gown.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas at the "Citadel" premiere in London, England.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas on the “Citadel” premiere in London, England.

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The superstar couple has a protracted historical past of trendy red-carpet moments collectively, beginning earlier than their romantic relationship even started.

They walked the 2017 Met Gala purple carpet collectively as buddies in stylish Ralph Lauren appears, and made their first look as a pair in 2018 whereas carrying the identical designer.

Within the years since, their trend collectively has included printed fits, robes with plunging necklines, and coordinated outfits.

Originally posted 2023-04-18 19:15:09.