(Getty Images)Those Disney kids stick together. Nick Jonas' first big job following the dissolution of his beloved band the Jonas Brothers is to act as musical and creative director of Demi Lovato's upcoming Neon Lights tour, as revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone this week.
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"I'm overseeing video content, wardrobe, lighting and staging," Jonas says, "And then...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesIt's a girl for Kevin and Danielle Jonas! The couple welcomed the new addition to the family Sunday.Of course, the announcement was made on Twitter. "On this day, a little star was born. Meet Alena Rose Jonas,” Dreft laundry detergent tweeted. (Apparently brands now sponsor celebrity baby announcements. Who knew!)Anyway, here's the first snapshot of the little bundle of joy: Of course, the whole family is excited about the baby news. Nick wrote: "My grandfathers memorial was...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)In the entertainment industry, it's relatively rare for one celebrity to publicly ridicule another for personal reasons — mainly because it's unprofessional, rude, and really tacky. This is why it's so very weird that pop singer Rita Ora has been on the receiving end of overt vitriol so many times, most recently at the hands of X Factor winner James Arthur.Arthur, who was rumored to have dated Ora once upon a time, made a couple of references to the platinum-haired singer in an...Read Full Story
The strangest thing about the Jonas Brothers' breakup was that for almost an entire month, no one said anything about it. The former Disney stars, who abruptly called off their fall tour on October 9, were silent for weeks on the subject, opening themselves up to rampant speculation about the cause of the cancellation. Weeks later, the brothers finally confirmed that they'd broken up, and on October 31 issued their first joint statement."It is with heavy hearts that we confirm that our time...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)It's becoming increasingly clear that the Jonas Brothers' decision to cancel their fall tour was sparked by something much more serious than "creative differences."
Though the band's rep told People that the brothers had been torn apart by a "huge rift" over their musical direction, the Jonas' behavior in the wake of the announcement points to something much more serious. None of the brothers have interacted with their fans since the devastating setback: All of their accounts...Read Full Story