Upon learning the former Camp Rock costars were teaming up, fans rushed to the official tour website, Jonas said on Twitter.
“Welllll, it appears you guys crashed the website. #FutureNowTour http://futurenowtour.com,” he tweeted.
Lovato and Jonas’ outing will kick off in Sunrise, Florida, in June and take them to over 40 cities in the U.S. and Canada. Tickets will be available for Citi cardholders on Nov. 3 and the general public on Nov. 7.
Although the official announcement arrived on Monday, speculation about the jaunt has been swirling since TMZ reported Adam Lambert, 33, was slated to be Lovato’s opening act on her world tour. A source close to the situation tells PEOPLE Lovato and Lambert’s teams were in the midst of negotiations when she replaced him with Jonas.
However, Lambert cleared the air in a tweet he shared on Saturday, writing, “Aww I love you all very much. No beef tween @ddlovato & @nickjonas and me. Biz negotiations are complex- why do we care about the #rumors?”
Lovato soon spoke out in a sweet reply to Lambert: “Just goes to show how accurate @TMZ really is… I [heart emoji] you @adamlambert.”
All three pop singers have released new music recently – Lovato dropped her album Confident earlier this month, Jonas debuted his single "Levels" at the MTV VMAs in August and Lambert returned to the charts with his latest album The Original High in June.