Priyanka Chopra Photoshops herself into photograph with Nick Jonas after missing VMAs

‘Epic!! Amazing photo edit!’

Sabrina Barr
Wednesday 28 August 2019 18:17
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On Monday evening, the recently reformed Jonas Brothers were crowned the winners of the MTV VMAs award for Best Pop Video, for their new hit single “Sucker”.

Of the three members of the band, only two of their spouses were present to celebrate in person with the artists – jewellery designer Danielle Jonas, Kevin Jonas’ wife; and Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas’ wife.

The youngest of the trio, Nick Jonas, was not joined by his wife, actor Priyanka Chopra, at the ceremony in Newark, New Jersey.

However, that didn’t stop Chopra from making it seem as though she was there with the Jonas clan, thanks to some nifty Photoshopping skills.

On Tuesday, Chopra shared an altered photograph from the VMAs on Instagram, in which she appears in a superimposed embrace with her husband as his brothers kiss their partners alongside him.

“I’m always with you @nickjonas,” the former Miss World contestant joked in the picture’s caption.

“Congratulations @jonasbrothers! I’m so proud of all of you! #sucker.”

Chopra’s impressively edited Instagram picture has garnered almost 2.5 million likes, in addition to numerous praiseworthy comments.

“This is so funny and sweet,” one person commented.

“Epic!! Amazing photo edit!” another remarked.

According to E! News, Chopra was unable to attend the VMAs as she is currently working on a new film.

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In July, the Isn’t It Romantic star was named one of the world’s most admired women in a survey conducted by YouGov.

Chopra came in 14th place, with Michelle Obama, former first lady of the United States, placing first.

To see all the best-dressed guests at this year’s MTV VMAs, click here.

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