Kevin Jonas on Jonas Brothers' future: 'I'm not sure about a reunion'
Singer Kevin Jonas sat down for an interview with HuffPost UK earlier this afternoon (January 8) and opened up about his band's recent shock split.
During the chat, he explained that because the Jonas Brothers only called time on their collective career a few short months ago it's far too soon to start thinking about a potential future reunion although he didn't rule it out:
"I'm not sure [about a reunion]. We just made the announcement a couple of months ago and we're all working on our own individual things. I think it's way too early to tell. Right now, we're just kind of focused on our relationships as brothers and kind of just being happy for each other and each one of our own journeys."
He also addressed his brother Joe's recent comments about smoking marijuana with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato years ago and confessed that while they 'had fun', he always knew he wanted to settle down:
"We all had fun, we all did. The difference is, each one of us had our own journey and mine was, I found a great girl early on and stuck with her and got married early and now having a baby and that was my life," Kevin said. "And that's the path I chose. And I'm really excited about that and I'm happy."
Watch the Jonas Brothers' music video for 'First Time' below:
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