Joe Jonas is showing his jealousy over losing Nick the role of The Voice

In a recent interview Joe Jonas showed his jealousy when he learned he’d lost a jury position on The Voice to his brother Nick Jonas. He told how he cried during a Fleetwood Mac concert when he heard the news, even though he was happy for Nick’s success.

Nick recalled his “worst moment” on stage when he performed with Kelsea Ballerini at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2016. His guitar solo during the performance went awry and he faced backlash and online jokes. He even sought therapy due to the emotional impact of the incident.

Read on to find out more.

Joe Jonas was jealous of his brother Nick Jonas

Joe Jonas

In a recent episode of the podcast “armchair expertJoe, hosted by Dax Shepard, revealed he had his eyes popped out when he realized he’d lost the chance to be a judge on ‘The Voice’ to his younger brother Nick. The Jonas Brothers star opened up about the moment he received the news during a Fleetwood Mac concert at iconic Madison Square Garden in 2019.

According to Joe: “It was the most picturesque setting. And when they played “Landslide,” I found out he was going to be a judge on “The Voice,” and I was so jealous. I cried with tears on ‘Landslide’.” He added, “It was bittersweet because obviously I’m super happy for him, but I’m also depressed because I wanted to do the damn gig.” Nick was coached by Gwen Stefani succeeded in seasons 18 and 20 by The Voice in 2020 and 2021.

Kevin Jonas talks about the band’s first break

Jonas Brothers

During the podcast, Kevin, Jonas’ eldest brother, pointed out that Joe had previously served as a judge on the Australian version of The Voice, which explained his desire to be part of the show again.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the job, Joe said, “I just loved the role, so I was like, ‘What the hell?'” However, he conceded that Nick did an excellent job and that “it was great.”

Kevin also admitted to feeling jealous when Nick and Joe engaged in solo projects after the Jonas Brothers broke up in 2013 due to creative differences. Reflecting on those times, Nick explained that despite the competition, they ended up being on the same team.

Nick Jonas opens up about his ‘worst moment’ on stage

Nick Jonas at "Jumanji: The next level" Premiere - Los Angeles

During the podcast discussion, Nick also opened up about a particularly challenging moment in his career, which he considered his “worst moment” on stage. That incident concerned an appearance with Kelsea Ballerini at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2016, which he described as a “tragic” experience that prompted him to seek therapy.

The infamous performance took place when Nick took Kelsea on stage to perform their hit song “Peter Pan.” After Ballerini provided her part with her signature style, Nick took the plunge with his electric guitar and was ready for his solo. What followed, however, was what Nick called “a tragic guitar solo debacle” that played out live on television.

Kelsea Ballerini stuns in'Sunshine Dress' for the Grammys
Instagram | Kelsea Ballerini

Nick told about the performance and described the moment when everything went wrong. “‘I’m coming out for my thing. I’ve rehearsed it a million times. I’m confident – I don’t even think about it like it’s something that could be problematic.”

He continued, “I started, it was fine, and when I walked up to her I went completely blank, I hit a wrong note and I practically passed out and realized it was wrong and I couldn’t.” stop.”

Nick Jonas on becoming a prankster after a botched guitar solo


The mishap during the live performance brought Nick heavy criticism on social media and quickly turned into a viral glitch, sending him endless jokes online.

Fans even created ruthless tutorials on how to play the wrong version of Kelsea’s song “Peter Pan,” adding to the embarrassment and making it a superficial affair for Nick.

increase Twitter Addressing the backlash at the time, Nick expressed his light-hearted reaction to the incident. In a humorous tone, he tweeted: “Just landed in London to read all these posts from Sunday night’s gig. So funny. I screwed up the solo thanks to a huge brain fart.”

Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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