Jonas Brothers The Star interview. Joe on his romances: ‘I know there’s people out there who say I’ve been breaking hearts, but listen to our songs. They speak the truth. If hearts have been broken, they’re usually ours. What happens in our relationships winds up in our songs and haters will be haters.’ Solo career won’t breakup JB: ‘We’re staying true to who we are, man. We’re a band of brothers and you can’t break that apart, no matter what you try to do, but didn’t’
Nick on his career: ‘My parents went to see Les Miz when I was 5 and brought the program back home. I saw a picture of the boy playing Gavroche and I ran to my mother saying, ‘Who is this kid?’ She must have seen something in my eyes, because she asked, ‘Is this something you could see yourself doing?’ and I told her yes. On diabetes: I knew I had something wrong with me,
.. know what it is, so when the doctor told me, I first felt relief. But that was soon replaced by confusion, shock and disappointment. I thought my career was over.’ It wasn’t, however, and even though a solo musical theatre career was a bit too strenuous in those early years, when Nick was learning how to live with his condition, singing with his brothers proved something he could handle.