The "Chains" singer sat down with Andy Cohen on Tuesday's Watch What Happens Live!, and opened up about everything from his kinks and fetishes to his rumored high-profile romance with Kate Hudson.
Running down a list of his sexual proclivities, the 23-year-old singer didn't shy away from talking about the things that turn him on -- which "maybe" include voyeurism – and the kinks he's got no interest in -- basically everything else.
"Oh, ok. It wasn't like, 'Hey, I left you sleeping this morning cause I had to go,'" Cohen prodded with a laugh, before adding, "I told you before the show that I like it when hot people do it. So I'm hoping that the two of you are or did…"
Jonas neither confirmed or denied Cohen's less-then-subtle prompt and played the moment off by comically wiping sweat off his brow and taking a dramatic sip from his margarita.
The Kingdom actor was joined on WWHL by Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr., who took home a Tony Award on Sunday for Lead Actor in a Musical. After a few drinks, the celebrated thespian opened up with Cohen about the infamous incident between Madonna and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Odom was asked what audience behavior made his "blood boil," and the 34-year-old actor revealed it always upsets him when people are "disconnected" from the performance by playing on their phones -- which is reportedly what got the "Rebel Heart" singer in trouble with Miranda.
During an off-Broadway staging of Hamilton in April 2015, Madonna allegedly used her phone repeatedly during the performance. Miranda later tweeted, “Tonight was the first time I asked stage management NOT to allow a celebrity (who was texting all through Act 2) backstage. #noselfieforyou,” though he later deleted the tweet.
While Madonna's rep denied the reports at the time, Odom sheepishly admitted to seeing the incident go down. "[It] was a 300-seat house, so you see a face lit up. There's like a halo of light. It's distracting and it's disappointing," he recounted.