We know all of Nick Jonas' secrets, but don’t be jealous — we're going to share them with you!
The 22-year-old heartthrob stopped by Radio Disney Studios to chat about his new self-titled album and only ETonline has the exclusive sneak peek of his tell-all chat.
Since breaking away from his musical family trio, The Jonas Brothers, many fans have been wondering what his brothers, Joe and Kevin Jonas really think about Nick's new album. just as we suspected, Jonas spilled that his big bros have been nothing but supportive.
"They heard it a couple months ago. They loved it," he said in his Radio Disney interview, which airs Monday, Nov. 10. "They really like "Numb," and they loved "Avalanche" as well. It was good to play that for them and to know I have their support going into it all."
Now that he's flying solo, Nick has enjoyed being able to collaborate with some of his best friends and biggest mentors. "I got to work with my friend Demi [Lovato] on this record, which was fun," The "Jealous" singer said. "I did get to work with one of my idols, Stevie Wonder, once, and that was amazing."
And who is he just dying to collaborate with next? "I think Channing Tatum would be fun," he gushed. "Prince would be amazing."
Jonas also spilled that although he hasn't bought a full album in a while, he still likes to buy singles. "Right now I'm really loving James Blake. "Retrograde" is my favorite song." Jonas admitted before adding that Jhené Aiko is another artist that he "loves" to listen to.
And while many fans think that Jonas' first Disney connection was when he and his brothers were on an episode of Miley Cyrus' Hannah Montana, the singer revealed that's not the case. When Jonas was a mere 8-year-old boy and driving home from New York City, he called into Radio Disney for a contest — and he won!
So what was his prize? "A Peter Pan t-shirt," Jonas revealed. "That's a little tidbit you didn't know about my experience with Radio Disney!" Consider our minds blown, Nick.
Catch Jonas' interview with Radio Disney's Candice when it airs Monday, Nov. 10 at 12 p.m. PT.