No Nick Jonas Doesn't Want To Date Your 13-Year-Old Daughter Please Never Ask That Again

Nick Jonas is wearing clothes. Boo.

The youngest Jonas brother posed for photos in his (as long as I got my) suit & tie (there’s a semi-shirtless pic in there because of course there is) for the latest issue of GQ magazine.

He also granted a short Q&A with the mag, which might be his most awkward interview to date. Not his fault. The reporter, a woman named Lindy West, has no idea how to talk to a famous male pop star without coming off awkward and ill-informed.

Q&A plus pictures from the shoot by Peggy Sirota below:

You’re transitioning from “boy celebrity” to “man celebrity”? Which is better?
I think that this stage in my life is really, for a lot of reasons, pretty incredible. Being a solo artist and trying to take these bold steps on my own.

Do you feel more pressure?
I don’t know if it’s more pressure—both come with their own pressure.

But, like, before, if something went wrong, you could just be like, “Yo, that was Kevin.”
It’s definitely a lot more on your own, taking on all the responsibility.

More responsibility, but also more rewarding?
Definitely. I think anytime that you push yourself, it’s more rewarding. It makes being on my own that much sweeter.

Do you ever get jealous of your abs for hogging the spotlight?
[laughs] You know what? If my abs drove them to the music and got them to access the other projects I’m doing, it’s all good. It’s all worth it.

I asked my 13-year-old what I should ask you, and she said, “Ask if he’s single.” So—and I want you to think very carefully about your answer—are you open to dating my 13-year-old daughter?
[laughs] No, I’m not.

That is correct.
It would be highly illegal. But I’m flattered.

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Just stick to the script.