Stevie Wonder Invites Jonas Brothers To House Full of Toys

Stevie Wonder has invited the Jonas Brothers to be a part of House Full of Toys.

Now in its 14th year, House Full of Toys is a benefit concert where fans are asked to bring an unwrapped toy to the venue as part of their admission.

Those unwrapped toys are then sold and all profits are split with Ticketmaster.

Just kidding, the unwrapped toys are donated to children… children other than The Jonas Brothers.

You may remember that Wonder and The Jonas Brothers performed together at the 51st Grammy Awards in February of this year. They performed Wonder’s “Superstition” and the Jonas’ “Burnin’ Up.”

You may also remember that Joe Jonas forgot the lyrics to “Superstition.” A mistake like that should never happen to a professional rock band. It definitely shouldn’t happen to a professional rock band performing at AN AWARDS SHOW!

Previously, a mistake like that would have ruined a band’s career but nowadays no one cares as long as the offending act looks good on camera. Needless to say, the brothers escaped their inexcusable performance at the Grammies unscathed.

Hopefully, fans with tickets to see Stevie Wonder at House Full Toys will be treated to a much better showing from the feckless baby-rockers.

Other musical guests for House Full of Toys have yet to be announced. In the past, Wonder has solicited the help of Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx, Maroon 5, India.Arie, Joss Stone, Brian McKnight, and Kanye West. We can almost guarantee West won’t be there.

The event is scheduled Dec. 12 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

Before that concert, Wonder will be performing at another gala event. On Nov. 21 Wonder will pay tribute to Motown Founder Berry Gordy, Jr. and his sister, Esther Gordy Edwards.

The performance is part of a black-tie event being held at Detroit’s GM Renaissance Center. Also performing that night are The Temptations and Aretha Franklin.

Sinbad will host the festivities (apparently he’s still alive), and tributes will be paid to Michael Jackson, Levi Stubbs, and Norman Whitefield.

There are also plans to honor Motown’s “First Five.” The historic quintet is comprised of Smokey Robinson, Brain Holland, Robert Bateman, Janie Bradford, and Raynoma Singleton.

The gala is part of a two-night affair celebrating Motown’s 50th anniversary. Proceeds benefit the Motown Historical Museum.

These upcoming performances are in the wake of Wonder’s stellar set at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Wonder teamed up with John Legend for renditions of Marvin Gaye’s “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology),” and Jackson’s “The Way You Make Me Feel.”

Later that night, and after finding a microphone that actually worked, Wonder brought the house down with performances of “The Tracks of My tears,” and “The Thrill Is Gone.” Smokey Robinson joined Wonder for the former and B.B. King accompanied Stevie on the latter.

Then, in a moment many called surreal, Wonder and Sting performed a spectacular mash-up of “Higher Ground” and the Police’s “Roxanne.” Sting sang and played bass.

The 59-year-old Wonder hasn’t released an album since 2005.

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