Nick Jonas is open for collaboration with his older brother Joe Jonas.

During a brief chat with Entertainment Tonight on the white carpet at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Sunday night, the “Jealous” hitmaker said that he isn’t ruling out a reunion project with the DNCE frontman.

“Never count anything out,” Nick said when asked if fans will be seeing a collaborative track between him and Joe. "We obviously like each other quite a bit.” In fact, Nick revealed that he and Jonas, who are still roommates, recently got matching tattoos.

Just a few hours before VMAs started, Nick and Joe inked matching arrows on the back of their arms that point toward one another. In a couple of videos that Nick shared on Snapchat, the brothers were seen getting inked while lying on a chair as the artists drew the arrows on their triceps. When the process was done, the “Scream Queens” alum posted a pic of the final outcome, showing him and Joe standing side-by-side with their backs to the camera, revealing their matching inks and the word "Boom" across the photo.

Meanwhile, during the awards show, Joe made a surprise appearance in the middle of Nick’s live performance of “Bacon.” Joe, 27, was seen taking a selfie with Nick while eating burgers and fries at the Tick Tock Diner with his DNCE bandmates Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle.

Nick, 23, told Entertainment Tonight that it was nice spending the VMAs with Joe, whom he is so proud of. Joe’s band DNCE won the Best New Artist category on the VMAs.

Nick and Joe’s last music collaboration was for The Jonas Brothers’ album “LiVe,” which was released exclusively to Team Jonas fan club members shortly after the band’s split was confirmed in October 2013.

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Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas Nick Jonas isn’t ruling out a collaborative music project with his brother and DNCE frontman Joe Jonas. Pictured: Joe and Nick perform during the B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash at Allstate Arena on Dec. 14, 2013 in Chicago, Ill. Photo: Getty Images/Timothy Hiatt