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Jonas Brothers: No Mandates Against Fan Dates

Not that their tween legions needed any more fuel for their obsession, but the Jonas Brothers have just come up with a foolproof way of ensuring the loyalty of their minions: promising to marry their biggest fans.

Of course, Kevin, Joe and Nick (who happens to be celebrating his Sweet 16 today) no doubt meant the biggest fans of their respective, private, individual selves–alas, the finer points of semantics have never been the forte of the young and hormonal.

“The answer is YES,” the brothers collectively wrote in a post on their MySpace page in answer to fan-generated questions of whether they would deign to date a devotee.

“We have already dated fans or girls that are not celebrities. In fact, we really like to believe that the girl we will spend our lives with will be our biggest ‘fan.’ ”

If that doesn’t cause a run on JoBro merchandise, nothing will.

As for who the lucky ladies in their lives might be at the moment, well, their lips are apparently sealed.

“It is our rule to not talk about our personal lives, especially who we are dating,” they wrote. “The same would be true if we were dating you.”

Not exactly the Jonas bonus Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez probably had in mind, but good to know the bros don’t kiss and tell.

Speaking of the Jonases’ magnanimity, it was confirmed earlier today that Disney’s concert to benefit cancer research and treatment programs at the SoCal-based City of Hope hospital raised $1.2 million Sunday night.

In addition to the Jonas Brothers, the sellout Concert for Hope also featured performances by Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Almost Amy, which consists of Dancing With the Stars double-threats Mark Ballas and Derek Hough.

And just in case the Jonas Brothers didn’t have enough of an aww-factor, the boys, through their Change for the Children Foundation, kicked in an additional $250,000 to City of Hope’s pediatric oncology program.

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