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Topic - Nick Jonas
The Jonas Brothers are disbanding.
Nickelodeon's hit show "iCarly" made Jennette McCurdy a star and, although the show will air its series finale in November, the 20-year-old doesn't have to worry about what comes next.
Kimberley Locke wants to fill that vacant judge's chair on "American Idol." The season two finalist feels having a former contestant on the show can bring renewed interest to the popular TV singing competition.
Jessica Chastain, Nick Jonas, Amanda Seyfried and Jim Parsons are some of the young stars tapped to help host Neil Patrick Harris hand out Tony Awards.
The defense for the man accused of killing relatives of Jennifer Hudson told jurors Wednesday that prosecutors failed to prove their case, while a prosecutor countered that they had "overwhelming circumstantial evidence" linking him to the crime.
Nick Jonas tried hard but couldn't keep Broadway's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" in business.
Nick Jonas has leveraged his gig on Broadway in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" into a mini-album.
Beau Bridges is about to learn what it takes to succeed on Broadway.
Producers looking for someone to replace Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway have landed their prize _ a Jonas.
"American Idol" champ Jordin Sparks sang the national anthem at the Super Bowl in 2008 and for President Obama this week, and now she'll perform it for baseball fans.
The White House reverberated like a long-ago basement sound studio in Detroit on Thursday as the likes of John Legend, Seal, Jamie Foxx, Nick Jonas and Sheryl Crow channeled their inner Motown before Michelle and Barack Obama. Musical pioneers Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder joined in for the celebration of all things Motown.
Singers John Legend and Nick Jonas channeled their inner Motown before cheering teenagers at the White House on Thursday as Barack and Michelle Obama celebrated the sounds that were a powerful part of the soundtrack of their youth.
Gipper appeal has found a new generation: Youthful heartthrob Nick Jonas of Jonas Brothers fame and Grammy-nominated singer Jordin Sparks reveal they are unabashed fans of former President Ronald Reagan.
"It's good news for bringing young people to theater," he said.
Jonas says he has yet to meet Radcliffe, who opened the role in March, but hopes to soon.