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I sat in the first pew of the church, and I had to wear a suit every Sunday, because my parents wanted me to be this role model that I didn’t always want to be.
I preferred going to punk-rock shows in small venues in New Jersey, where we grew up, wearing my jean jacket and all my band pins.
I went to school until about seventh grade, before my parents decided to homeschool us. Was pretty good with science, and I was great at music class. When Nick was 7, he began singing everywhere—in the house, in the hair salon even, which is where he was discovered.
We never really had an idea of making music together, but years later when Nick was working on his debut album, Nicholas Jonas, Kevin and I genuinely wanted to write with him.
For a few years, my two brothers, our father, our backup band, and I drove around in a van from city to city, playing any venue that would have us—schools, churches, bat mitzvahs—while our mother stayed at home to take care of our youngest brother, Frankie. We opened up for the Veronicas, who had a club crowd, and we had to prove to those crowds that we could really play. It was always a struggle because every single night we were walking into hate.
Sometimes people flipped us off, threw water bottles at us.
I’ll never forget our first concert: We were named J3—and we hated the name. I remember turning to my brothers before that show and saying, “Do you want our name to be J3 for the rest of our lives?
” When we got onstage, I was the one to announce to the crowd, “Hey, we’re the Jonas Brothers.” Nice and simple.
We weren’t put together by some Svengali but were definitely thrown into it.
“Hello Nicholas, it is Selena Gomez,” said the actress, who was still sporting blonde locks.
“So I know what you’re doing and I would like to remind you of a time where we all went to Central Park together, it was definitely over 10 years ago.
“Nick, please tell the story about how a lady was referring to herself as ‘Mama’ but you thought she was talking about her mother,” the DNCE frontman said. It was basically one of my earlier sexual encounters and she said something about ‘Come to Mama’ or whatever it was and I said, ‘Your mother’s here?
’ ” Nick recalled, calling his younger self “a naïve, young man.” Also during the examination, Jonas was shown ex Miley Cyrus‘ music video of “7 Things,” the song widely regarded as a breakup anthem co-written by Cyrus about their 2006 split after an 18-month romance.