There are only two Jonas Brothers left.
For girls to fantasize about marrying one day, that is!
Kevin Jonas, 21, has proposed to his girlfriend of two years, Danielle Deleasa, E! News confirmed Wednesday.
Deleasa, 22, met Kevin—the JoBro who has managed to have a private life—in May 2007 while their families were vacationing in the Bahamas.
“Our hearts are filled with joy today and we are happy to share with you that our son Kevin has asked Danielle for her hand in marriage,” parents Denise and Kevin Jonas Sr. said in a statement. “Her answer was yes, and it is such a blessing that she will be joining our family. Kevin and Danielle have not yet set a date.”
A rep for Kevin confirmed that he showed up at Deleasa’s New Jersey home this morning with a ring he codesigned with Jacob & Co., and popped the question at her doorstep.
But while thousands of girls would love to be in Deleasa’s shoes—or at least also in a position to attend a wedding where Joe and Nick Jonas will be—the former hairdresser tells People, which first reported the engagement, that she didn’t know who Kevin was when she first met him.
Way to play coy, honey.
Kevin, who performed in Vancouver last night and caught a red-eye to Jersey, told the mag, “It was tough performing last night, knowing that I was going to ask the biggest question in my life to the most amazing girl in the world.”
Michael Jackson’s 7-year-old will was filed Wednesday in a Los Angeles court, giving his entire estate to a family trust but cutting out his former wife Debbie Rowe.
The documents said Jackson’s estate consisted almost entirely of “non-cash, non-liquid assets, including primarily an interest in a catalogue of music royalty rights which is currently being administered by Sony ATV, and the interests of various entities.”
His mother, Katherine Jackson, is named as a beneficiary of the trust and the guardian of Jackson’s three young children, who are named in the will.
And despite earlier claims, Jackson’s father Joe is not specifically left out, nor are any charities named, PEOPLE reports.
The will names Diana Ross as a successor trustee to Jackson’s mother if necessary.
The will, dated July 7, 2002, estimated his estate at that time at more than $500 million.
It gives the entire estate to the Michael Jackson Family Trust.