Priyanka Chopra shuts down split rumours, called herself ‘the most famous Jonas’

Priyanka Chopra Jonas took a dig at the rumours of her split with popstar-husband Nick Jonas by sharing a clip from their Netflix comedy special 'Jonas Brothers Family Roast'.

On Monday, Priyanka dropped her surname, along with her husband's last name, from all social media handles.

Her move led to speculation that the 39-year-old actor was splitting with the American singer-songwriter, who she married in 2018.

Taking to Instagram late Tuesday evening, Priyanka shared a clip from the show, where she was seen roasting Nick (29).

"Brought my husband and his brothers a nice roast for dinner. Perks of being a Jonas," she wrote with a cheeky, tongue-out emoticon.

In the clip, the diva is seen poking fun at the duo's 10-year age gap.

Priyanka said the couple teach each other a lot of things: while Nick showed her how to use the social networking service TikTok, she quipped, "I showed him what a successful acting career looks like."

She also joked about being the most famous Jonas in the family.

"Also, have you guys noticed how much content the Jonas Brothers post online? Like, they're forever on Instagram, always on their phone. It's so cute. I'll tell you why. Because all of them combined still have less followers than me.

"So I guess the most popular Jonas is @PriyankaChopra on Instagram."

Priyanka also said that she would marry Chris Hemsworth if he became single. "I wouldn't want to marry anyone else unless Chris Hemsworth suddenly became single," she said.

Hosted by Kenan Thompson, the Jonas Brothers Family Roast was a laughter riot with Kevin, Joe and Nick’s spouses - Danielle Jonas, Sophie Turner and Priyanka - in attendance. The episode is now streaming on Netflix.

PC is currently awaiting the release of her much-anticipated Hollywood film The Matrix Resurrections, scheduled to open in cinemas worldwide on December 22.

Hollywood star Keanu Reeves plays the lead role of Neo in the Warner Bros Pictures-backed movie series, which also stars Carrie-Anne Moss, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, and Neil Patrick Harris.

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