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Joe Jonas keeps hinting Kiwi singer Paige could open for the Jonas Brothers NZ tour this month

Joe Jonas keeps hinting Kiwi singer Paige could open for the Jonas Brothers NZ tour this month

Will Paige's childhood dreams come true?

Joe Jonas is teasing Kiwi artist Paige and, well, the whole of NZ with his latest comments on Instagram.

After pitching her childhood dream of performing alongside the Jonas Brothers back in August last year, Paige got a response from Joe Jonas himself.

In just under an hour, the Jonas Brothers' own Joe Jonas reacted with a single "👀" on the video. 

It left Paige speechless and many fans begging for the Jo-Bro to make it happen.

With their  'Five Albums. One Night' tour at Auckland’s Spark Arena on February 27th, there isn’t much time left for Paige to get her answer.

After months of silence, Joe has returned to Paige's comment section to toy with the idea.

Once again using the power of the internet, Paige posted a clip to convince Nick, Kevin and Joe to get her on that stage.

In the vid, Paige gives her five reasons as to why she absolutely can do it.

1. “I have gone to three radio stations to talk about this Jonas Brothers campaign. It’s marketing this show, bringing in ticket sales."

2. “Although I am a BIG Jonas Brothers fan, I can sing.” 

Paige has a few supporting acts under her belt. We’re talking George Ezra, Clinton Kane, Holly Humberstone and let’s not forget Six 60’s stadium tour for three years in a row!

 3. “There is a 95% chance that this won’t happen, which means there’s a 95% chance that I’m humiliating myself publicly in front of the whole world. Which means if this does happen it means it’s going to give people hope to go for whatever they wanna do.”

4. "Do you see anyone else trying as hard as I am?"

5. “Do you really want to crush a little girl's dreams?” That one was personal.

Now, not to make anyone panic, but Joe just commented “❤️❤️❤️” an hour ago…

Our hearts are racing out here! Does this mean they’re working on fulfilling her dreams? We need answers, Joe.