When the Jonas Brothers broke up in 2013, it's fair to say I was pretty devestated.
I never got to see the trio in concert before their split and at the time it looked like something that I'd never get to do.
Fast forward to February 2, 2020 and my teenage dream of seeing Kevin, Nick and Joe perform Burnin' Up live on stage finally became a reality.
This weekend the former Disney stars brought their Happiness Begins reunion tour to London, stopping at The O2 arena on Sunday evening and kicking things off with Rollercoaster, a track from their new album.
They then shifted gears and launched into one of their first big hits, S.O.S which really got the crowd going crazy.
The band had everyone on their feet as they played two of their recent releases, Cool and What a Man Gotta Do, before running through the audience to a more intimate stage at the other end of the arena.
Here, the lights went low and the boys performed a crowd-pleasing rendition of Gotta Find You from the Camp Rock soundtrack, at which point the screams around the room reached deafening levels.
This was followed by a few of numbers from the band's time apart, including Nick's solo hit Jealous and Cake By The Ocean which Joe recorded with DNCE.
The night began to wrap up with a medley of their biggest songs, everything from Mandy to Play My Music, World War III and of course Lovebug.
And what UK show would be complete without a cover of Busted's Year 3000 - obviously, every single person in the room sang along at the top of their voices, because we've all had those lyrics committed to memory since we first heard them in 2002.
JB ended the show with an encore of Burnin' Up - which boasted an array of pyrotechnics and left me feeling hot under the collar (and not just because of the actual flames on the stage) - as well as their catchy comeback track, Sucker.
The evening was electric from start to finish, with adoring concert goers being given everything they could possibly want - a perfect mix of the old and the new.
It just goes to show that while getting the band back together may not always be a good idea, it was most definitely the right decision here. We're definitely seeing the Jonas Brothers at their best and I can't wait to see what they do next.