Nick Jonas has revealed he could soon be treading the boards on Broadway.
The youngest Jonas brother, who is preparing to play Link Larkin in a Hollywood production of Hairspray next month, is set to return to the New York theatre world, where he performed in A Christmas Carol and Les Miserables as a child.
"There are some new shows that are in the works right now that I might be in... There are always pieces moving and there are always things to work out but I'll be looking out for some New York time in the future," he said at the Grammy Foundation's Grammy Camp in Los Angeles.
"I can't really give away too many details away as it is in its beginning stages, but it's an exciting project and if it works out, it would be a blessing to be a part of."
Nick revealed the moment he knew he'd succeeded as a musician - his childhood "dream of being on stage" came true when the Jonas Brothers performed with Stevie Wonder at the Grammy Awards in 2009.
The 18-year-old admitted: "I know it sounds a bit kind of fairytale-ish, and I'm sorry for the cheese here. I looked out and I was in that moment I had in that dream when I was a young boy, and it was really pretty incredible.
"I looked over to my right and there was Mr Wonder sitting next to me, it was a really special moment."
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