YouTube NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! On Friday, Nick Jonas turns 30 and is prepared to have a party.
The Jonas Brothers member posted a video of himself getting into a car with a “Happy Birthday” banner on it on Instagram on Thursday. Priyanka Chopra, his wife, was there to greet him.
He posted a video of himself approaching the car while 50 Cent music was playing, writing the comment “Here we go #30.” Here’s a look back at how Jonas became a first-time father and how he progressed toward finding true happiness.
When Jonas was 12 years old, he and his brothers were signed by Columbia Records in 2005 and the Jonas Brothers was formed. Not too long after their first album “Its About Time” was released, the band began working with Disney by covering songs from their movies and writing theme songs for their shows.
The following year, in 2007, the band was dropped from their record label and signed with Disneys Hollywood Records. Disney heavily promoted their song “Year 3,000,” making it a hit. Through Disney, they released a second album in August 2007 and started appearing on some networks shows.
They continued to tour and release albums under their contract with Disney, and even appeared in two Disney Channel original movies, “Camp Rock” and “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.” The cracks in the bands foundation started in 2009 when they started a scripted show on Disney Channel called “Jonas.”
“It was a big regret,” Nick said in the documentary about the band. “We shouldnt have done that. It really stunted our growth. I feel like it was just a bad move. It was just not the time. Literally, we couldnt evolve because of it.”
In the documentary, the brothers claimed the show led to a lot of disagreements between them and once the show was canceled in 2010, they began solo projects.
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