Are the Jonas Brothers starting a new trend in red carpet fashion? Is a pair of designer sunglasses really the cool thing to wear at award shows these days?
Kids’ Choice Awards: Best Dressed Males
Since the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards caters to the younger market, you’re sure to spot a number of stylish and wardrobe-experimental dudes on the red carpet, or in this year’s case—the orange carpet.
(L-R) Musicians Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers suited up in different designer labels. Kevin’s suit and shoes were by Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers; Joe wore a Hugo suit and Sperry Topsider shoes; while Nick opted for a D&G suit.
More Jonas Reality
As if we haven’t had enough of the Jonas Brothers, Disney is giving viewers the second serving of Jonas Brothers: Living The Dream.
Jonas Brothers: Living The Dream 2 follows Kevin, Joe, and Nick on the road during their Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009 across Europe, with stops in France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland and England. The new installment will premiere on March 21 (8:55 p.m., ET/PT) on the Disney Channel.
Here are Nick and Kevin in Malibu, California, where they are filming more scenes for the reality series.
Nick and Selena’s Golf Date
Aww, young love. Disney darlings Nick Jonas and Selena Gomez, both 17 years old, played a sweet round of golf last Sunday in LA. The youngest Jonas got into the Olympic spirit as he sported a Polo U.S.A. jacket all afternoon.
Nick Jonas’ Solo Test Flight
He did insist that it’s just a sideline project. When Nick Jonas produced his solo album Nick Jonas and The Administration, he reassured fans that he wasn’t looking to escape the famous Jonas Brothers. He just wanted to do something with four other musicians that he worked with before.
The album is now out for public consumption and of course, criticism. Todd Martens of the LA Times wrote, “Jonas is 17 going on John Mayer, at least in spirit, crafting lightly adorned melodies that dip briefly into blues and soul.”
His main single, “Who I Am,” has the familiar Jonas flavor in it, while other songs such as “State of Emergency” and “Conspiracy Theory” are all about the blues and grown-up rock, which may be a little too much for the 17-year-old to handle.
While it’s an impressive effort at going against mainstream, he is still a part of the Jonas Brothers and a teenager who pulls juvenile pranks in his Hannah Montana-ish TV sitcom.
Give it time, Nick. A few more years and life’s growing pains will sink in. Then when all the screaming teens and tweens have long gone, the blues will rock out naturally.