Kevin Jonas’ Daughter Alena Is a Jonas Brothers Fan — Watch Her Rock Out!

Danielle Jonas and Kevin Jonas
Danielle Jonas and Kevin Jonas Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Daddy’s little girl, indeed! Kevin Jonas’ daughter, Alena, is a bona fide Jonas Brothers fan. The 22-month-old was caught on video by her mom, Danielle, rocking out to the former boy band’s 2007 music video “SOS.”

“#jonasbrothers#daddy #daddieslittlegirl,” Kevin’s wife captioned the Instagram of Alena dancing to her dad’s song.

Last week, father and daughter bonded as they decorated gingerbread houses. “Ginger bread house… Alena working hard doesn't even see she left Daddy hanging #alenarose #loveyou#christmas,” Danielle captioned a sweet, holiday-infused Instagram video.

Kevin, 28, and his younger brothers Joe and Nick, announced the beloved group’s breakup in October 2013 after eight years together.

"We were really lucky. Being a band that was able to tour, travel the world and make music that we love, and then be received well, I think was great,” Kevin said during an interview with HuffPost Live this past January. "At the end the friction was too much. We just really needed to break away and kind of do our own things for some time."

Their disbanding was beneficial for their bond, he added of Joe, 26, and Nick, 23, who have since both embarked on successful solo careers.

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"I think that's why we're still close now," Kevin explained. "It's because we aren't in the band. I think that constant of butting heads and working together — we chose to be a family and not a band."

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