The Jonas Brothers official Twitter feed was taken offline this week, which spells disaster for anyone who was looking forward to updates as to what was going on inside the group, but even more exciting is what Joe already has his mind on, keep reading for more. (You know you want to)
Joe Jonas, 24, told People Magazine last night at a party in Beverly Hills, less than 48 hours after the Twitter account was closed, that he would be interested in getting into a career in acting. (Ouch.)
The three brothers were once a top-charting teen sensation, now facing a possible end to their musical venture together due to a creative rift inside of the group.
This prompted them to cancel all 19 of their upcoming tour dates, days before the first show was about to kick off. And with Joe now openly telling the press that acting is on his mind, it's fair to speculate that maybe he doesn't have an interest in going back.
Recently the group released a couple of tracks off their upcoming album V. —"Pom Poms" and "First Time"— that tracked well as far as the charts went, and fans of the group seemed to receive well on the whole.
With Kevin Jonas expecting his first child, fans everywhere could concede that the days of the pop-rock icons were coming to a slow but sure end. The boys are growing up, music is going out, and at some point, every musician has that secret desire to give up the life in favor of a quiet existence with his/her wife/husband and kids.
While a close source stated that the cancellation had nothing to do with Kevin becoming a soon-to-be father, it's probably fair to say that it didn't help the situation.
And as if there wasn't enough drama to go around, celebrity "addiction specialist, crisis consultant and interventionist" Mike Bayer who helped pop-singer, Demi Lovato, through her public health issues and rehab, was seen with Joe and Kevin recently. And there were photographs taken, so it's not really disputable.
Cancelling a tour is no way a small deal. There's a lot organization, time, and money that goes into putting any band, let alone a hugely popular one, on the road, and booking them for a string of shows to perform at. By cancelling all 19 dates, the Jonas Brothers have given us a clear indication that things are not okay.
Clearly, it's not just musical differences that are ripping them at the seams. Even bands that don't want to work together anymore announce their disbandment, but still fulfill their remaining dates together.
It's harder because this alternative rock group in particular are three brothers that have known each other their whole lives. It would be understandable, and justifiable at that, if they decided they wanted to pursue other things.
Nick performed on Broadway, Kevin's about to be a dad, and Joe- well we all know where that's going.
If you were a fan and were looking forward to seeing them, you're just going to have to understand that these things happen. Nick and Kevin, we wish you well from here in the heart of NJ, and Joe, whatever you decide to do, kick-ass doing it.