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Nick Jonas Heats Up On Center Ice During NHL All-Star Weekend

Nick Jonas performs at NHL all star gameFifth Harmony may have cancelled its NHL All-Star performance, but the show went on as planned for Nick Jonas over the weekend. The singer performed a medley of his singles, including “Jealous,” “Levels” and “Closer,” on the ice in front of hockey fans like Chloë Grace Moretz.

The singer has been busy filming the “Jumanji” reboot no one asked for and “Kingdom,” but will soon return to music when he pays tribute to the Bee Gees at “Stayin’ Alive: A GRAMMY Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees.”

Watch Nick’s performance below.

(Photo credit: NJBROficial Twitter account)

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Fifth Harmony Pulls The Plug On NHL All-Star Weekend Performance After Dinah Jane Hansen Falls Ill

Fifth Harmony Cancels NHL All-Star Weekend Performance After Dinah Jane Falls IllFifth Harmony was scheduled to perform the National Anthem during the 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, but the band had to cancel at the last minute. According to TMZ, the ladies left the arena together after Dinah Jane Hansen fell ill enough to require paramedics. Sources tell the publication that EMTs were called to her dressing room where she was put on a stretcher. Dinah was not taken to a hospital, but the ladies decided against going on without her.

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Nick Jonas And Fifth Harmony To Perform At The 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend

Nick Jonas And Fifth Harmony To Perform At The 2017 Honda NHL All-Star WeekendNick Jonas and Fifth Harmony have been added to the performance lineup at this year’s Honda NHL All-Star Weekend. Carly Rae Jepsen will kick off the pregame event on Sunday and will be followed by Fifth Harmony performing the U.S. National Anthem. Nick is set to take the ice during the second intermission with his own performance. John Legend, Robin Thicke and John Ondrasik are also scheduled to perform.

Nick may possibly be joined by his Honda-sponsored “Future Now” tour mate Demi Lovato who was also announced as a performer earlier this month.

The 2017 NHL All-Star Weekend goes down January 26-29 at the STAPLES Center. The pregame ceremony with your favorite performers will broadcast live January 29 at 3:30pm ET on NBC.

See the official announcement below.

(Photo credit: NHL Twitter account and nixkjonasx Instagram account)

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