Nick Jonas Talks Parenthood, Vegas Residency, Plays ‘Auto-Tune Up’ on ‘Tonight Show’
Nick Jonas has taken to parenthood as a pop star takes the mic. It just happens.
The Jonas Brother , Priyanka and Malti Marie Chopra Jonas became parents when they received Malti Marie Chopra Jonas via surrogate January ._
Complications followed, however, and their bub spent more than 100 days in the newborn intensive care unit.
Thankfully “our little girl’s home and she’s doing amazing,” Jonas told Jimmy Fallon when he stopped by The Tonight Show on Tuesday (May 17). It’s just, it’s a gift that a baby is. It’s .”
And how are the JoBros uncles? “Amazing,” we’re told.
Jonas marked Chopra’s first Mother’s Day with a purchase for her a citrus tree. He explained that it represents “new things growing,” but he has yet to plant it. He insists that it will happen this week, sometime. Perhaps after some desktop research.)
Jonas will return to pop-star mode when he, Joe and Kevin embark on a Sin City residency next month, Jonas Brothers: Live in Vegas.
The five shows will take place from June 3-11 at Dolby Live at Park MGM Las Vegas. “I can’t believe I won’t go to Vegas and actually leave my money in my pockets,” Nick jokes with Fallon.
The summer dates will be the trio’s second attempt at mounting a Vegas residency after their 2020 plans for a month-long stint at Park MGM were scrapped due to the onset of the pandemic mere weeks before they were set to take the stage.
Since then, the siblings hit the road with their Remember This Tour, which sold more than four million tickets in 2021 and pushed the group’s career touring earning north of $300 million.
Jonas was ready for Vegas with a round “Auto-Tune Up,” which saw Fallon and his guests transform random content into something completely different.
If you want to see Jonas crank up the heat by singing instructions for boiling a hotdog using the microwave, then you are in luck.
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