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Nick Jonas on criticism: 'I don't mind it, but if it's uneducated it frustrates me'

‘Close’ sensation Nick Jonas has revealed that, in a way, it’s useful to receive criticism and he has developed a tough skin over the years

Speaking to America’s OK! Magazine, the star explained that he only gets frustrated when criticism is negative for the sake of being mean:

"I don’t mind criticism. As long as it’s based in what the work is, it’s fair."

He continued: "I am very critical of myself, and I like people who have an opinion. I am one of those people. But when (criticism) is uneducated, I get frustrated. When I started on my own, there was a lot of bias that I didn’t like.”

Jonas went onto talk about his love of acting, adding that he would like more film roles in the future: "Acting has become a major priority for me. (Goat is about) this idea of brotherhood and masculinity. The desire to feel accepted by these young men — and the lengths they’re willing to go to.”

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