Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Joe and Demi Talk Split

Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato reveal different sides to their break-up, Sienna Miller and Jude Law aren't hiding their love and more couples news!

X Factor contestant Lucie Jones makes West End debut alongside Nick Jonas in Les Miserables

Lucie Jones has made her West End debut playing Cosette in Les Miserables alongside Nick Jonas.
The former X Factor contestant, who was the fifth act to be sent home in last year's show after famously losing to John and Edward Grimes, said she was 'so excited' before Saturday night's performance at the Queen's Theatre.
Lucie's appearance on the show was particularly important for her, as she previously turned down the chance to audition for a part in the musical to try her luck on The X Factor.


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Jonas Brothers are nominated for several TEEN CHOICE AWARDS this year! 
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Jonas Brothers: 
Choice TV Actor: Comedy (JONAS)
Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Male

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Choice Music Breakout Star: Nick Jonas & The Administration
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Jonas Brothers Inc.

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The superstar boy band has turned their youth-driven brand into a multi-million-dollar empire.
#40 on Forbes Most Powerful Stars List

JonasBrothers Catch Paul MacCartney Rock Hyde Park

Les Miserables - First Night for Nick, Camilla and Samantha!

The first night at the Queen’s Theatre on London’s West End for Nick Jonas, Camilla Kerslake and Samantha Barks.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Kevin Jonas interviewed by Daytona girl


This week's local celebrity, Pavlina Osta, did it again! She was granted an interview with Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers at Saturday's American Music Festival at the Daytona Beach Bandshell. Pavlina, who her mom describes as "very tenacious," got the 1.4-minute interview with the pop star in the VIP room before the show started. Pavlina said that while she is a fan of the Jonas Brothers, she is not quite as "crazed" as some of the girls at the festival, who she felt were on the verge of having a "heart attack." The interview, which will be aired on Pavlina's Saturday morning radio program, can also be heard by clicking on this link.

Read more about Pavlina in the full-length article about her.

Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas: Can They Still be Friends?

The romance! The breakup! Camp Rock 2 costars, tour mates, and former It couple Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas on being together . . . and drifting apart.

They're both talented, good-looking, and famous, but Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato don't exactly have the world on a string: Simpler pleasures, of the sort afforded to other kids their age, sometimes elude them. Earlier this year, when the Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam costars decided to test the romantic possibilities of their rock-solid friendship, they felt compelled to do so in public; when they broke up just a few months later, Joe announced it by issuing a statement, and Demi—always true to her loyal fans—decided to confirm the details on Twitter. "I kind of learned throughout this whole experience that having my private life public isn't as awesome as it might seem," the seventeen-year-old says with a rueful little laugh.
Even the process of scheduling their pre-split sit-down with Teen Vogue, for example—at which the then-couple agreed to interview each other—was complicated by their inability to appear together without risking mass hysteria. But for the most part, they seem to be fairly at ease with all the attention: After a daylong press junket, Demi's famous laugh is still as loud as ever, and Joe, 20, is chipper and ready to chat. (Naturally, they were more subdued when they spoke to Teen Vogue again after their breakup, but more on that in a bit.)

Demi Lovato: What's your favorite thing about me?
Joe Jonas: Do you really want me to answer that? Why don't you tell me: On set, what was your favorite snack? Because I think I already know.
Demi Lovato: The tomato-cheese quesadillas. Do you remember those? They were so good. What did you think it was?
Joe Jonas: Cheese sticks.
Demi Lovato: We didn't have cheese sticks!
Joe Jonas: Well, for some reason, I imagine you eating a lot of cheese sticks.
Demi Lovato: [Laughs] Thanks.
Joe Jonas: They just seem like something you would like.
Demi Lovato: I do love cheese sticks.
Joe Jonas: There you go.
Demi Lovato: So what was the hardest thing for you about making Camp Rock 2?
Joe Jonas: Finding time to sleep. There were so many things to do. If I wasn't on set, I was cooking or working out. What about you?
Demi Lovato: I think it was balancing sleep too. Even though I wasn't working out, I was dancing, sometimes for hours on end.
Joe Jonas: Have you ever been to a real summer camp?
Demi Lovato: Yeah, I went to church camp when I was in the sixth grade. What about you?
Joe Jonas: I went to sleepaway camp seven years in a row. I was such a pro. We had these relay races at the end of every summer, and the majority of the competitions were eating contests. Sometimes you would have to eat, like, a whole can of Spam; once I ate four raw potatoes. I didn't really recover for weeks after that.
Demi Lovato: Eww!
Joe Jonas: In some ways, making this movie felt like camp all over again. During breaks, we weren't hanging out in trailers—we were going down to the lake or playing in the woods.
Demi Lovato: We met when I auditioned for Jonas. What was your first impression of me?
Joe Jonas: I saw right away how smiley you were. Obviously, I didn't have a say in who was going to be cast, but it ended up being a good thing that you didn't get that role. If you had, you wouldn't have been in Camp Rock.
TEEN VOGUE: You guys were friends before you started dating. Whose idea was it to take the next step?
Joe Jonas: Mine.
TEEN VOGUE: So, Demi, you didn't already fancy him?
Demi Lovato: I had always fancied him. Want to know what actually happened? One night I asked him, "What is the deal? We're perfect for each other. What are you doing?" And he was like, "This is really awkward. I have to go."
Joe Jonas: I needed time to think.
Demi Lovato: And I thought, Great, I just ruined a friendship. But then the next day, he came knocking at my door.
Joe Jonas: Once she confronted me, I kind of confronted myself.
TEEN VOGUE: Joe's been in a couple of very high-profile relationships—with Taylor Swift, and Camilla Belle—and Demi's dated Trace Cyrus. Was it ever hard to see each other with other people?
Demi Lovato: Every girlfriend he had, I always wanted to have a friendship with, because I felt like if she was worthy enough to be with him, then she must be great. It sucked, watching, but I was always happy for him.
Joe Jonas: It wasn't easy.
Demi Lovato: Sometimes it was like, "So my boyfriend is so awesome." "Well, my girlfriend is really great." "Good for you!" [laughs]
TEEN VOGUE: You've sung together frequently. Do you like the same kinds of music?
Demi Lovato: I sent Joe some music from one of my favorite bands, Neon Indian. And he, in turn, introduced me to Michael Bublé. I also showed him who the Jonas Brothers were, and Joe's been a fan of them ever since.
Joe Jonas: Well, I used to like the Jonas Brothers.
Demi Lovato: And then they became mainstream.
Joe Jonas: She listens to harder music sometimes than I would. She'll say, "Listen to this great song."
Demi Lovato: And he's like . . . scary!
Joe Jonas: It's like, I'd much rather go see a happy movie.
Demi Lovato: And I would rather see an action film. So we alternate. We do other things too. We've had Easter egg hunts.
Joe Jonas: Not on Easter.
Demi Lovato: [Laughs] We've gone to Disneyland. We've made pizza. We go to dinner, on nice dates. And he cooks for me—he's good.
Joe Jonas: I love making Italian food. And coconut chicken.
Demi Lovato: I'm a vegetarian, though, so I just eat the vegetables.
Joe Jonas: I make vegetarian stuff too!
Demi Lovato: What are your goals?
Joe Jonas: I'd love to act more. I've had to turn down multiple movies because I was on tour, but it's encouraging to know that someday there might be the right role, the right timing. And I've been writing a lot of music, so hopefully very soon I'll have recorded a project of my own. I also want to get a boat and open a restaurant. What about you?
Demi Lovato: I want to be able to play more serious parts. I think it would be awesome to play an Angelina Jolie–type role in an action movie. Musicwise, I want to try new sounds. I want to be fearless.
TEEN VOGUE: Is there one question that no one ever asks you that you want to ask each other?
Joe Jonas: Demi, do you think you'll ever eat meat again?
Demi Lovato: Yeah. I'm not necessarily against it. I just don't like the taste, and for environmental reasons. What's the point of hurting the world if I don't like it? But I'm not saying I'll never have another hot dog for the rest of my life. My question for you is, Would you ever shave your head?
Joe Jonas: Yes. I've already asked my dad if I could.
Demi Lovato: Why does your dad get to decide?
Joe Jonas: I can't just shave my head. There's a lot more that goes into it than with the normal 20-year-old. But I will, for sure. I've always wanted to.
Postscript: Less than 48 hours after their interview, Joe and Demi decided—mutually, Joe insists—that it was better to be friends. A few days later they agreed to talk to Teen Vogue (this time separately) about their breakup. "It could have been better timing," admits Joe, calling from Washington, D.C. "But there's never really a good time for something like that. I really care about her." Demi, speaking from the Los Angeles set of her show Sonny with a Chance, was less guarded than her ex: Asked if she'd felt something was missing between them, she says simply, "No." Asked if that meant it was his decision to end things, she says, "Yeah."
"We haven't spent any time together since everything," she says, "because that would be awkward, but I'm sure things will go totally back to normal once we're on tour together. It's just that at this point I'd rather be hanging out with my girlfriends than seeing my ex." Joe, for his part, is eager to resume the close friendship they once had. "In this business," he explains, "it's really hard to find people who are going to be there for the rest of your life. When I met Demi, I knew right away that our friendship was really strong. I don't want to lose that ever," he says.

Edited for For the complete story pick up the August 2010 issue of Teen Vogue, on newsstands July 6!

NEW Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Commercial

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Crowd packs venue for music festival

DAYTONA BEACH -- A temporary portal at the Bandshell entrance read "American Music Festival -- Daytona Beach: The Great American Destination."
With one-third of the pop group the Jonas Brothers on hand, plus the modern rock bands Lifehouse, Honor Society and local pop artists, the festival's kickoff concert Saturday was the destination for an estimated 3,500 people at the peak.
David Newell of the Daytona Beach Fire Department, estimated there were an additional 1,000 to 1,500 on the perimeter of the Bandshell. The city of Daytona Beach had set the Bandshell capacity at 4,700.
Presented by the Community Cultural Foundation, the event was part of that local organization's initiative, with support from the city, to "re-brand" and revitalize Daytona Beach, especially the "e-zone" (entertainment zone) that comprises the Bandshell and Boardwalk areas.
"We got here this morning; there was a line of people who had been here since 2:30 in the morning to get in," said Manuel Bornia, foundation president. "The first person was from Clermont, the second from Atlanta."
"The heat at the beginning affected us just as if it had rained. Yet we still had the diehards out there. However, this evening this place was packed. We're thrilled that the crowd was consistently growing at the end of the day."
Early in the afternoon, Bornia took the stage to address the crowd that, at that time, was about 400 strong: "They said it couldn't be done -- they said no Jonas brother would come to Daytona Beach. Well, guess what? I think we have a Jonas brother in Daytona Beach ... one-third of one of the world's most popular bands."
With that introduction, Kevin Jonas walked onstage. "Thank you so much for coming out -- I know it's a very hot day out there," he said. "We are about to kick off this amazing music festival. I will be your host for the day, so be hanging out, enjoy, stay cool if possible." The city's official high temperature Saturday was 92 degrees.
Reading from small cue cards he held, Jonas introduced each artist before their respective sets, spending about three minutes on stage chatting before exiting until the next act. Jonas introduced Holly Hill pop-rocker Chris Via, one of the festival acts, as "my new friend."
The lack of stage time and the fact Jonas did not perform didn't bother Katie McDonald, 18, and Priscilla Duff, 17, both from Clermont.
"We came to see Kevin Jonas," McDonald said. "I kind of expected him to just be in and out. We got to meet him. We won VIP tickets through the American Music Festival website. He was really nice."
Pavlina Osta, a 12-year-old Port Orange resident, got to interview Jonas in the VIP room before the start of the concert. Pavlina hosts her own local radio show on WAPN 91.5 FM.
"I like the Jonas Brothers' music, but I'm not like a crazed fan like the other girls (who were in the VIP room)," Pavlina said. "I thought they were going to have a heart attack."
Nancy Burgess-Hall, 56, and her husband, Doug Hall, admitted they are not fans of the Jonas Brothers or the other pop and rock artists on the bill.
"We were at the Oyster Pub at the National Federation of the Blind monthly meeting, and we decided to come afterward," Burgess-Hall said. "I've been reading the articles in the paper, and hearing (Holly Hill Mayor) Roland Via talk about it on the radio.
"I think it's a very nice idea. It's very relaxing," she said. "I'm glad to see this happening in Daytona. People are always bad-mouthing Daytona, saying there's nothing to do.
"I've been to some of the e-zone meetings (sponsored by the foundation and city officials). We really need to open this up so the public knows it's here."
The foundation plans to announce the lineup for Labor Day weekend concerts soon.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Joe's tweet about his Journey To Africa

Hello Hello Everyone,

Sorry I have been out of touch for a while but here is what I have been up to over the last few weeks. I have missed you all so much. I would like to tell you a little bit about what I have been doing.

I have seen some amazing things, met some wonderful people, tried some tasty foods, and been inches from HUGE lions. I have also experienced new cultures like I have never seen before.

My journey began in Maun, Botswana, Africa. I brought some of my best friends with me to be a part of this incredible experience. We were all changed by what we saw.

I was able to spend time with many kids and teens that go to school there. Their schools do not have the room to take care of this many people. Some of the classes had hundreds of kids in rooms smaller than most living rooms in the US. We played sports. I tested out my football skills (soccer in the US). We also played songs without by brothers. Felt strange to sing without my brothers but many of the people knew the songs, which surprised me considering that many do not have TV or radio.

I also spent time with some of the babies that were born to mothers carrying the HIV AIDS virus. Out of the entire trip this was one of the most touching moments. I miss those children already. I was close to coming back home with many Joe Jr.s.

One of the most powerful things to see is the joy the people had with so little material things in their lives. They were happy. Some without homes or bathrooms were still happy and wonderful to be with. It makes you think about your own life and the things you have. These people might not have a bed to sleep on but are still happy with their lives.

We went to a couple villages where there were 7 kids with one mother in a home made out of clay and soda bottles. We were able to bring them blankets to stay warm because the nights were so cold.

We all stayed in big tents while we were there with hot water bottles for our feet because it was so cold. Outside we could hear the sounds of monkeys climbing on the tent and Hippos close by every night.

We also went on a couple safaris – a walking safari, horseback safari, and a land rover off-road safari where you are inches from deadly animals.

Occasionally we made our safari guide mad by asking where Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King lived.

I was asked while I was there if I would be a part of an event where kids were taught to respect themselves, others, and your environment. Prince William was the main guest and we spent a lot of time together. It was an honor to get to know him and I look forward to getting to see him again soon.

For the future, I plan on going back to Africa, as well as other nations, to help out in any way I can. I feel like hands-on work is where I feel most satisfied. I look forward to going to different places – not only Africa where I have new friends – but all around the world. It is my goal to spend 50% of my time and life doing what I can to help others.

Happy to be back.

Thanks for your support,


25 Stars Remember Michael Jackson, A Video Tribute

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Road To Camp Rock 2 - Dance Rehearsals

Back To Back JONAS L.A. this Sunday Night!

Don't forget to tune-in to Disney Channel Sunday night at 7:30pm to catch a re-run of the 1st episode of JONAS L.A. and then stay tuned for the NEW episode at 8PM/7PM Central!

Get the scoop on tomorrow night’s episode with this “Back to the Beach” video below!

Joe has major anxiety as he prepares for his “Forever April” audition and a pro-surfer tries to flirt with Macy in front of Nick.

Catch all the action tomorrow night at a different time, 8pm on Disney Channel! 

JONAS L.A. Back To The Beach

Jonas Brothers | MySpace Music Videos

Our favorite random Michael Jackson covers

Nick Jonas is one of many to put a good spin on an MJ song. (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)
By Allison Stewart
If history has taught us anything about covers of Michael Jackson songs, it's this: The more ridiculous they might initially seem, the better they often are. Who could forget the Filipino prisoners doing "Thriller" (more of an interpretive dance than an actual cover, but still)? Or Chris Cornell's Hail Mary, career-redeeming "Billie Jean"?
In commemoration of the first anniversary of his passing, Click Track has assembled some of the best random MJ covers floating around the Internets. Most were done after his death, with some notable exceptions.
Imogen Heap: "Thriller"
The British singer-songwriter turns in the mellowest, most insidious "Thriller" cover ever.

Nick Jonas: "The Way You Make Me Feel"
Ignore the "Cloverfield" camera work-this is Grade A second generation Boy Pop.
(Brazilian folk, Metallica, and something that, once seen, can never be unseen, after the jump.) 

Caetano Veloso: "Billie Jean"
As discussed in this space back in May, the Brazilian legend's cover includes an "Eleanor Rigby" interpolation.

Various Fluxus artists: "Beat It"
An assemblage of Fluxus Entertainment artists (including Winterplay's Hye-Won) use apps to create a mixed media MJ homage.

Chiptune: "Beat It"
MJ's signature hit is converted into a funky elevator muzak using video game noises.

Metallica: "Beat It"
This one's actually kind of sweet.

Celine Dion: "Bad"
You might have thought it was just an urban legend, but no. This thing really happened.


Has Nick Jonas been hitting the gym regularly for his West End debut? The Jonas Brother shows some muscle in a form-flattering white polo after a Wednesday performance of Les Miserables in London.

Don't miss: American Music Festival

Singer Kevin Jonas, of the Jonas Brothers, will be the host of the American Music Festival, a free concert at the bandshell in Daytona Beach. (Getty Images / May 21, 2010)

Kevin Jonas will be there, but he likely won't have his guitar strapped on. Instead, the lone Jonas brother will be introducing the acts at the inaugural American Music Festival, a free day-long concert at the Daytona Beach Bandshell. The headliner will be Lifehouse, which will showcase signature hits and songs of its latest album, Smoke & Mirrors, in a set to start at 8 p.m. Also on the bill: Central Florida band Run Rhino (1 p.m.); kid singer Suite Caroline (1:50 p.m.); pop singer Chris Via (2:35 p.m.); Jonas Records act Honor Society (3:30 p.m.); Daytona Beach band Orange Avenue (4:45 p.m.); funk hybrid City of God (5:45 p.m.) and rock outfit Selby (6:45 p.m.).

Nick's Blog

This Month I have been in London rehearsing the role of Marius in Les Miserables. I will make my debut on the Queen's Theatre Stage June 21st. London's West End has such a buzz to it just like Broadway does in New York City. It is quite the honor for me as I was in Les Miserables in New York when I was 10.
Last month, Bayer and I launched the Give Back - Simply Win Contest to recognize the good work people with diabetes are doing in their communities. We have been getting a lot of great entries, picking the three winners is going to be very difficult. It is so important to give back when you can. If you haven't entered go to and tell us about all the great ways you give back. I know you guys are out there doing good and I'm really excited to read all about it.
Be sure to catch the new season of "JONAS LA" which premiered on June 20.
My Simple Win: Enjoying my life every day and never letting diabetes slow me down even when rehearsing non-stop for a Broadway or West End show!

Fire Music Video - Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam - DCOM

BRAND NEW! Camp Rock 2 Sneak Peek [Nate] Nick Jonas

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Sneak Peek: Nick Jonas as Nate
Be Sure to Watch Camp Rock 2 the Final Jam on Disney Channel September 3, 2010!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Team Jonas Dallas Fly-Away Contest

Kevin and Joe Announce the Team Jonas Dallas FlyAway Contest. Visit to learn how you can enter to win the chance to meet Jonas Brothers at their World Tour Launch in Dallas, Texas!

Nick Jonas, National Chair of JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes

Nick Jonas is the new National Chairman of JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes.

Since the founding of JDRF in 1970, the organization's largest and most successful fundraising program, the Walk to Cure Diabetes, has raised over 90 million dollars to go towards type 1 diabetes research.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

First Song Kevin Learned on the guitar

Kevin Jonas answers the question via twiiter what song he first learned on the guitar, Robert Schwartzmen of Rooney invites us into his home and Levin Rambin from ABC's Scoundrels connects with us in the studio.

Welcome To Cambio From Nick Jonas

Kevin Jonas interview on Kidd Kraddick - June 2010

Kevin calls in to the Kidd Kraddick radio show to discuss a variety of topics. The UPS guys stops by...delivers ice cream. They talk about the ipad, tour, snoring rumor Camp Rock 2, and so much more.

Nick Jonas' On-Stage Kiss

Nick Jonas takes the stage in London for "Les Miserables" and seals his debut with a kiss! See how he fared on stage.

JONAS L.A. - Feelin' Alive - Official Music Video - Disney Channel Official

Official music video of "Feelin' alive". Song from JONAS L.A. season 2.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Nick Jonas thanks his UK fans

We are used to mass hysteria where popstars The Jonas Brothers are concerned, so it comes as no shock that youngest member Nick has caused quite a stir while staying in London.

The American singer is in the capital as he is starring as Marius in West End musical Les Miserables.

Speaking after his opening night, the teenager thanked his fans for their support:

''My UK fans have been amazing, they've showed up to rehearsals every day and I have to say thank you.''

Nick will be treading the boards in London for the next three weeks.

Jonas Brothers Joe and Kevin show their support for Nick's West End debut awwww

NICK Jonas of the Jonas Brothers is used to taking centre stage.
But last night Jonas Brothers' Nick Jonas performed in an arena of a very different kind.

The hot American singer made his debut in West End musical Les Miserables - and the whole Jonas family was there to see it.

Parents Denise and Paul as well as equally dreamy brothers Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and little brother Frankie Jonas all flew in to London from the States to see Nick play Marius at the Queen's Theatre.

And Nick, who will be appearing in the musical for three weeks, did the whole troupe proud - receiving a standing ovation along with the rest of cast at the end of the performance.

Speaking after the show, the 17-year-old said: "I'm just getting used to that [the London theatre] mindset. Trying to re-learn how to sing [theatrical-style music] has been interesting and a lot of fun."



Bravo! Nick Jonas greets the London crowd Monday night after making his West End theater debut as Marius in Les Misérables. "What a night," he later Tweeted, "first show was amazing."

Nick Jonas cheered on by older brothers Kevin and Joe as he makes his West End debut in Les Miserables

Take a bow: Nick Jonas as Marius, next to co-star Camilla Kerslake
 who plays Cosette, receives a warm round of applause after his West End
 debut in Les Miserables
Take a bow: Nick Jonas as Marius, next to co-star Camilla Kerslake who plays Cosette, receives a warm round of applause after his West End debut in Les Miserables
Nick Jonas called on his siblings for some brotherly support last night as he made his West End debut.
The youngest of the U.S. pop sensation The Jonas Brothers was treading the boards at London's Queen's Theatre where he will be playing the part of Marius for the next three weeks.
And he had the love and backing of his older brothers Kevin and Joe as well as their parents Denise and Paul and younger brother Frankie, as they all jetted into the capital to cheer him on.

He made his first appearance in the show, one of the longest-running in the West End, as Marius Pontmercy, a second-generation baron who falls in love with Cosette, played by Camilla Kerslake, 21, Gary Barlow's prodigy who was also making her debut.
And he was given a standing ovation by the audience as his proud brothers looked on.
It had been a nerve-wracking evening for the 17-year-old, who said that learning a different style of music took some getting used to.
We're proud of you, kid: Nick is joined by his brothers Joe (L) 
and Kevin (R) after the final curtain
We're proud of you, kid: Nick is joined by his brothers Joe (L) and Kevin (R) after the final curtain
Speaking to ITN before the show, he said: 'It's a lot different. It's not just the stage elements but the style of singing.
'There's pop music and then there's theatrical style music and I'm just getting used to that mind set.
'And trying to re-learn how to sing like that has been interesting and a lot of fun as well.'
Not that Nick is a stranger to the show, having played the character Gavroche in the New York production just before it closed in 2003, when he was only nine years old.
Thank you and goodnight: Nick waves to the audience and applauds 
his co-stars during the final bow
Thank you and goodnight: Nick waves to the audience and applauds 
his co-stars during the final bow
Thank you and goodnight: Nick waves to the audience and applauds his co-stars during the final bow

Part of the gang: Nick looks pleased with his first performance as
 his co-stars applaud him
Part of the gang: Nick looks pleased with his first performance as his co-stars applaud him
He has also previously starred in numerous Broadway shows including A Christmas Carol in 2000, Annie Get Your Gun in 2001, and Beauty and the Beast in 2002,
And he shared his joy at landing the role of Marius with his fans via his page on the social-networking site Twitter.
He wrote: 'Can't wait to see the fans who make it out to the show! Love you all. Special thanks to Cameron [Mackintosh] for this amazing opportunity.'
A family affair: Nick poses with cast members Samantha Banks 
(fourth from left) who plays Eponine and Camilla, surrounded by his 
brothers Joe and Kevin, parents Denise (second left) and Paul (far 
right) and younger brother Frankie (front)
A family affair: Nick poses with cast members Samantha Banks (fourth from left) who plays Eponine and Camilla, surrounded by his brothers Joe and Kevin, parents Denise (second left) and Paul (far right) and younger brother Frankie (front)
Cameron Mackintosh of course being the producer of the show and the man who brought Nick to the West End.
Speaking to the Daily Mail last month, he said: 'I went up to him at the closing night party in New York and told him he was terrific and hoped that he would one day return to play Marius. We've been in touch a lot and, of course, since then he has become this world-famous star.
'He and his father and I agreed that it would be great if he came and played Marius here in London. He has bent over backwards to fit it all into his schedule.'
Not so les miserables: Nick, Samantha and Camilla share a joke 
with the show's producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh backstage
Not so les miserables: Nick, Samantha and Camilla share a joke with the show's producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh backstage

But it is Nick's pop career as one third of the Jonas Brothers that he is most famous for, and one where he has performed to thousands of screaming girls around the globe.
And his Les Miserables stint will see fans packing into the theatre for a glimpse of their idol, with some arriving early to see him and his brothers arriving backstage.
But Nick said he wasn't worried that the audience would be filled with screaming girls and said: 'I believe they'll be respectful and they'll know the code of conduct at the theatre. Even if they do scream, it will just add to the excitement of the night.'
Teen sensations: Nick's brothers Kevin and Joe arrive to see their
 younger brother's West End debut amid a crush of their adoring fans
Teen sensations: Nick's brothers Kevin and Joe arrive to see their younger brother's West End debut amid a crush of their adoring fans

Nick Jonas to be National Chair of JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes

NEW YORK, June 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Nick Jonas, one third of the Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum group the Jonas Brothers, was announced today as the National Chair of JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes.
Nick Jonas, 17, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 13 years old.  He becomes the key figure for the largest fundraising program for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. In this role, Nick will help JDRF increase participation and fundraising in its annual Walks, held in more than 200 locations worldwide.  Nearly 500,000 people took part in JDRF Walks last year, raising some $75 million.  As the National Chair, Nick will attend events to support fundraising efforts as well as take part in promotional videos and television public service announcements for JDRF.
"As a person living day to day with diabetes and recognizing the tremendous contribution the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has done for our community, I couldn't be more honored to serve as the National Chair for the Walk to Cure Diabetes," says Nick Jonas.
"Having Nick Jonas as National Chair will go far towards raising awareness of type 1 diabetes, and what needs to be done to find a cure. Nick has been a wonderful role model for kids and adults with diabetes, and has been invaluable in bringing visibility to efforts to cure this disease," said Leo Mullin, Chairman of Board of Directors for JDRF.  "We have seen the impact he has firsthand, when he demonstrated his commitment to support diabetes research through the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation, and when he testified in Congress for JDRF on the need for continued federal funding for research."
In addition, Nick has helped raise diabetes awareness through his partnership with Bayer Diabetes Care.  Last month, Bayer and Nick Jonas announced a new contest called "Give Back. Simply Win." that encourages people with diabetes to share their stories about giving back, and rewards them for their charitable efforts.  For more information on this contest, please visit
Nick succeeds actor and celebrity advocate Kevin Kline, who was National Chair of JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes for the past four years.

MMVA International VIdeo - Group...winner: Jonas Brothers

JONAS L.A. with Debi Mazar


Get a behind the scenes look of JONAS L.A. here! JONAS L.A., Sunday nights on Disney Channel.

Chelsea Staub on Jonas Co-Stars: “They’re Very Romantic”

Chelsea Staub has one of the best jobs in the world. Not only is she a working actress, but she also gets paid to work with three of the hottest guys around: the Jonas Brothers.

How does it feel to work with such hotties? “It’s amazing,” she exclusively told OK! at a personal appearance recently at Planet Hollywood Times Square. “I feel really blessed in the sense that we’ve been working together for three years now and to get to go to work with these rock stars, who are insanely attractive. But, to have them be nice guys through it all and to be some great friends and people that I would enjoy spending time with even if I wasn’t forced to [laughs]. It’s a great gig. I’m very happy.”

Although she didn’t get to talk to Joe Jonas about his breakup with Demi Lovato, Chelsea still says she’s closest to him “by default.”
“We’re together on the show and Kevin [Jonas] is older and married and Nick [Jonas] is younger. He and Nicole are kind of closer to the same age as each other, so Joe and I kind of end up spending a lot of time together,” Chelsea explains.
“We really enjoy each other’s company, we’re kind of each other’s ying and yang. He’s very funny and kind of all over the place and I’m more like, ‘Joe we have to stay in line.’ So, it’s funny when we’re together. We kind of balance each other out.”


Chelsea Staub Stars In Disney's 'JONAS LA'

Actress Chelsea Staub stopped by to talk about her role as Stella Malone, Joe Jonas' love interest, in the Disney show Jonas L.A. It's the second season of the show ans was renamed to reflect the Jonas Brothers' move to Los Angeles.
Jonas L.A. airs Sundays at 8:30pm on the Disney Channel. For more on Staub, visit


Jonas brothers travel to see Nick in Les Miserables

Joe and Kevin Jonas are to head to the West End tonight (June 21st 2010) in order to see their brother Nick make his debut in Les Miserables.

The teen heartthrob will be starring as Marius from this week and reports that his opening night will be a family affair.

Apparently his parents are already waiting for the special event in London, as is youngest brother Frankie. However, the hearts of young girls are sure to be left fluttering by the news that his bandmates and other brothers Joe and Kevin will also be in the audience.

Nick recently Tweeted about his joy of landing the role of Marius, commenting: "Can't wait to see the fans who make it out to the show! Love you all. Special thanks to Cameron [Mackintosh] for this amazing opportunity."

The teenager is no stranger to Les Miserables, having appeared in the Broadway version of the same musical as Gavroche when he was seven years old.

Pictures of Nick Jonas as Marius in Les Miserables

The entire Jonas clan took a trip overseas to the West End to see Nick as Marius in Les Miserables and only at will you find these EXCLUSIVE pictures.

Monday, June 21, 2010

"Paranoid" Best International Video at the MMVA’s

@JonasBrothers won BEST INTERNATIONAL VIDEO Award for the ‘Paranoid‘ music video at the MMVA’

Joe & Kevin Jonas Heading to London

Nick Jonas has been busy rehearsing in London for his portrayal of "Marius" in the upcoming production of Les Misérables on the West End.

We can report exclusively that Joe & Kevin Jonas will be heading to London for opening night tomorrow to cheer on Nick. Mr & Mrs Jonas, along with Frankie, are already in town, so the whole Jonas Family will be in attendance.

Stay tuned to Cambio for an exclusive pic of the trio from London. Are you planning on seeing Nick as "Marius"?

PS...don't forget to tune into the season premiere of "JONAS L.A." tonight at 8:30pm EST on Disney Channel.

EXCLUSIVE: Joe Jonas Answers Your Twitter Questions

Cambio is all about connecting you to your favorite celebrities. Before Joe Jonas departs from Africa, where he has been busy visiting various schools and orphanages, he took the time to answer some of your twitter questions from @cambioconnect.

asked: What would you do if you were not making music?

@judiila asked: Did you guys ever feel like just giving up on reaching your dreams?

Find out Joe's answers below. Make sure to follow @cambioconnect on twitter. You never know when we'll be asking you for more questions for your favorite celebrities. You may see yours answered right here on!

Also, before heading back to the US, Joe will be making a stop in London to support Nick at opening night of Les Misérables.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Kevin and Nick Jonas on the set of JONAS L.A.

Jonas Brothers take a page from the ‘Entourage’ book

the Jonas BrothersLIKE every other kid in the country, all the Jonas Brothers want is a summer vacation to soak up some sun.
Unlike every other kid in the country, the JoBros are prepping for concert tour and a shooting TV series. If they can’t sunbathe, they are making do with what they have: outdoor TV sets.
The stars of the Disney Channel’s “Jonas LA” — the new name for the half-hour comedy series “JONAS,” which premiered in 2008 — are giddy recounting the joy at being released from the dungeon of a movie-lot studio for season two of their show.
“For the first time, we were coming back home at night with suntans or sunburns and people were like, ‘Whoa!’” says Joe Jonas, 20.
“If you watched last season, we were pretty pale — we felt like vampires — because we were inside all day. The only time we saw the sun was when it was rising and setting.”
Spending so much time outdoors brings “a whole new element” to the series, he says. For one thing, it is a way to give LA itself a role in the show since “we’re shooting in places that are really famous, and we’re really shooting on the beach.”
In the show, the brothers play highly caffeinated versions of themselves — New Jersey high-school dudes dealing with parentally-imposed trash duty, even though their humble garage band has turned them into international stars overnight.
While the first season came off with a “Monkees” vibe, this season feels like a G-rated “Entourage.”
The reason for that is simple. What the JoBros want, the JoBros usually get.
Before production began, the brothers sat with series executives “trying to think of what we could do for the second season, to change it up a bit,” says Joe. “We all wanted the band to get out of the house.”
They talked about setting a season on a tour bus or galloping around New York. Finally, it was decided to move the show from a fictional New Jersey town to glitz-and-glam LA.
“LA seemed like the right fit right now because all three characters are doing different things,” Joe explains. “My character wants to act, Nick wants to produce and Kevin wants to direct. One major place to be able to do all of that is Los Angeles.”
In many ways, the new attitude “has a much more realistic feel,” says Kevin Jonas.
“I’m 22. Joe’s going to be 21 and Nick’s going to be 18. It feels much more like where we are in our ages. We’re hanging out, we’re driving cars down Hollywood Boulevard. It’s something that people will definitely be able to relate to.”
What’s hard for viewers to relate to is the brothers’ treadmill-like existence. Most people their age would be recovering from spring semester at college, not prepping for a 45-city concert tour.
“We do have breaks!” Kevin insists, adding that they’re part of a balanced schedule.
In the past year, the brothers have ventured off alone more often. Kevin got married. Joe appeared as a guest judge on “American Idol” and Nick went on tour with his own band, Nick Jonas & the Administration.
Somehow, being off on their own lately has made it easier to return to the Jonas Brotherhood, they say.
“We know that the band comes first,” Joe says. Working apart “brings even more musical influences to the table and we have so much more to write about this year.”
Plus, says Nick Jonas, “We’re all individuals who can take care of themselves. But we look out for each other. We’ve got each other’s backs. We really do care for each other.”

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Jonas Brothers "Going Green" Song on Radio Disney's Celebrity Take with Jake

Jonas Brothers behind the scenes at Friends for Change w/Jake & Ernie D. For more, go to

JONAS L.A. Season Premiere THIS SUNDAY!

Hey everyone,

Set your clocks to watch the SEASON PREMIERE of JONAS L.A. & Part 2 of Sonny With A Chance "Falling For The Falls."

It's a huge Sunday night of TV. Gather your friends and be sure to watch!

Plus - Selena's new video will be on too!

Demi Lovato & Joe Jonas on Singing Together - Part 3

Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato w/Ernie D continued by request. For more, go to

Musician And Disney Channel Star Kevin Jonas

The Jonas Brothers’ Kevin Jonas joins Phillips & Company not only to talk about how much he enjoys being newlywed, “Jonas L. A.” on Disney, but also to talk about the great deal for Y98 listeners who want to see them at Verizon on August 6th.

California, here they come: Jonas Brothers move west

Take away the hit TV show and the screaming hordes of tween girls, and you have three brothers who love to make music.

Granted, the Jonas Brothers are more famous than any other sibling trio -- so famous that incredibly massive bodyguards protect them. Yet despite kicking off a three-month tour July 27, Kevin's fairly new marriage, Joe's sputtered romance with Disney starlet Demi Lovato and the paparazzi constantly chronicling their lives, the JoBro seem remarkably grounded.

They're sequestered in a Manhattan hotel, happy to talk music and explain how, for them, music is enmeshed with acting.

They have a lot of both coming up: the tour; the launch of their revamped Disney show, "Jonas L.A.," on Sunday, June 20; and the sequel to "Camp Rock," "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" premiering Sept. 3.

Before TV catapulted them to superstardom, it was all about the music. They started as musicians, backing up Nick, 17, who turned pro at 6.

He performed in Broadway plays -- "A Christmas Carol," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Les Miserables" -- then came back to his home state of New Jersey and performed in "The Sound of Music" at Milburn's Paper Mill Playhouse.

"The initial idea was being around other young people who loved to do what I did," Nick says of musical theater.

Kevin recalls being very young when he was first drawn to the stage.

"There was an open call for a remake of '(Miracle on) 34th Street,' and I got pretty far in the process," he says. "I loved it (acting), and it was fun and a passion, but music always took the No. 1 seat."

The brothers are seated around a large table in a hotel conference room that looks out on a drenched Central Park. Kevin wonders if that night's Yankees game will be canceled because of rain.

"For me, music is something that always feels comfortable," Joe says. "Acting is something I want to do. In L.A. now I'm taking meetings. It's been really awesome."

The new show, as the title broadcasts, places the brothers in Los Angeles. They are in an exquisite house, which comes with a pool and an annoying neighbor. There are starlets, the sights of Los Angeles, but for these young men, there's always the music. And the show works best during the musical numbers.

Their new song, "L.A. Baby," featured on the show has a segment easily lifted out for a music video. In it, they do some California cruising -- Kevin gets a sweet convertible that runs best on Chinese restaurant oil. There are girls and goofy scenes, but it's truly a Disney music video, and parents need not worry.

"Driving down the highway with a California breeze in my hair," Nick sings.

He segues easily between drums and guitar and also plays piano and cello. Nick is very intense as he delves into his music, but his older brothers, particularly Kevin, keep spirits light.

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E! News: Hanging With the Jonas Brothers

Go behind-the-scenes with the Disney trio as they prepare for the second season of their hit show “Jonas.”

Lucie Jones and Nick Jonas - Newmarket Racecourse (18/6/2010) - XFactor 2009 Finalists

Lucie Jones and Nick Jonas sing "Fireflies" together on stage at the Newmarket July Race course.
Lucie said she wanted to see this tomorrow on youtube so here it is! :-) lol
More videos of the event will be uploaded on the 19th of June 2010
Thanks for watching

Nickward ( Nick Jonas and John and Edward)

Nick Jonas and John and Edward we have so much respect for him and what the Jonas Brothers do and they have the best fans and we are so thankful to meet him and share it with all our fans the best fans in the world!

Source: JedwardTV

Road to Camp Rock 2 - Chloe - Frankie - M Dot

Friday, June 18, 2010

Joe Jonas shows his support for Prince William

Kevin Jonas - Z100 Interview

Teen Celebrity Entrepreneurs The Jonas Brothers


At age 6 Nick was the first in the family in show business, landing a role on Broadway in A Christmas Carol. Ten years later, he's now he's set to star in Les Miserables in London's West End. The 16-year-old toured with his band, Nick Jonas & the Administration, earlier this year, and will join his brothers and Demi Lovato for a second national tour. In 2009 the brothers released their first feature film, Jonas Brothers--The 3-D Concert Experience, an autobiography and a clothing line sold in Walmart, JCPenney and Sears. Jonas LA, their Disney Channel series, debuts this month.

Only 3 days until a big night of premieres on Disney Channe

Sunday night kicks off with part 2 of the "Sonny With a Chance" episode, "Falling for the Falls" at 8pm EST. In "Falling for the Falls Part 2," Sonny and Chad (Demi Lovato & Sterling Knight) have been keeping their relationship a secret for weeks from their fellow "So Random!" and "Mackenzie Falls" cast mates. When the studio decides to end the feud between the two shows, Chad is set up on a date with Tawni (Tiffany Thornton) and 'Chawni' quickly becomes the Hollywood "it" couple. Sonny, not a fan of the coupling, shows up at a Mackenzie Falls party with her own special date.

Next up at 8:25pm EST is the premiere of Selena Gomez's new music video for "Round and Round."

Then at 8:30pm EST is the highly anticipated season premiere of "JONAS L.A."!! Kevin, Joe, Nick, Stella & Macy have packed up and headed to Los Angeles for a summer of fun, music and romance. In the premiere episode titled "House Party," the gang arrives in Los Angeles to begin a summer vacation they will never forget. Their gregarious neighbor, DZ (Adam Hicks), convinces the guys to throw a house party to announce their arrival and Nick invites Emma Roberts to the party.

We know what we'll be doing Sunday night. Make sure to tune in and then tweet us what you thought of the episodes.

Also below, check out some fun photos that Nicole Anderson has been tweeting as a countdown until the premiere.


Prince William chats up pop royal Joe Jonas Wednesday in Maun, Botswana, where both are on charity trips. Back in England, a palace spokesperson told PEOPLE that pregnancy rumors involving William's girlfriend, Kate Middleton, are "complete nonsense."

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Some pics of Joe in Africa

Joe Jonas Hangs With Royalty

Joe met up with Prince William today at the Coaching for Conservation in Maun Botswana. The event was centered around teaching kids life lessons through soccer, sports, and good coaching. Joe was only supposed to play one set kicking off the day but was personally requested by the Prince himself to play another set! The two handsome young men got to chat and get to know each other pretty well.

Joe says, "Being able to collaborate with Prince William to bring awareness to the kids of Botswana was a very special experience. It was a great way to show the children they have the world in front of them and can be whatever they want to if they put their mind to it. Meeting the Prince was a true honor and hopefully we can work together again."

4,000 people being in the presence of those two boys must have been incredible. I'm sure we all hope for them to work together again too!


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