"There's a camaraderie there, a sort of unspoken brother and sisterhood.If you want to talk about that graduating class of 2008, I'm really proud—it's a really good group," Nick told in May.However, it's really eight years later and as much as it feels like time has stopped, the former tween stars couldn't be more grown up.After almost a decade, it's evident Disney is once again responsible for scouting out another group of talented hopefuls turned megawatt stars.Not too long ago he and siblings Kevin and Nick were playing for stadiums of screaming tweens as the Jonas Brothers, one of the world’s biggest boy bands, who landed two No.1 Billboard 200 albums, 13 Billboard Hot 100 hits and several blockbuster Disney channel shows and movies before splitting in 2013.
I’m really trying to just focus on myself and the music,” said the “Toothbrush” singer.
“Overall, I’m doing me right now and I think that’s important.” Jonas most recently dated Gigi Hadid.
They broke up in November 2015 after five months together.
Two years later, Joe is starting over, and starting small, as frontman of a new group named DNCE.
“It would be easy to come into this from something like the Jonas Brothers with an ego,” says Joe, 26, sitting with his new bandmates hours before the third show of an invite-only four-night run, “but I’ve got my head on straight.