Nick Jonas admits that he felt ‘done’ during his many weddings to Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas pose for pictures at their wedding reception

The Jonas Brothers are back. Last week, they released their first music video/single in like six years. They’ve been doing a blitz promotion for their album and it seems like the whole thing has been well-received, even thought maybe critics are sort of like “meh.” It’s good to see the JoBros back together though, I’ll admit. Anyway, to promote their album, the JoBros appeared on an the latest Carpool Karaoke with James Corden. The latest “bit” within Carpool Karaoke is “taking a lie detector test” during the interview, which is weird but sure, let’s go with it. Corden asked both Kevin and Nick about Nick’s twenty billion weddings and receptions to Priyanka Chopra.

Nick Jonas enjoyed his lavish, multi-day weddings to Priyanka Chopra — that is until the bill came. During a new episode of Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, brothers Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas were hooked up to a lie detector and put to the test as Corden fired a number of personal questions at them.

When it was Nick’s turn, the 26-year-old singer sat motionlessly and stared straight ahead as Corden jokingly asked, “Was there a point during your many weddings that you thought, ‘I’m done with these weddings?’”

After sitting silently for a moment with his eyes closed, Nick took a deep breath and quietly admitted, “Yes.” Once it was determined that he told the truth, Nick giggled and hilariously added, “It was when I looked at the bill!”

[From People]

If you just want to see the lie-detector stuff, skip ahead to about the four-minute mark. Joe Jonas also lies about whether one of his brother’s wives “get on his nerves,” Nick lies about whether he thinks he’s the best singer in the group, and on and on. It’s actually sort of brilliantly uncomfortable and if the JoBros break up again next week, we can totally blame James Corden.

Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas Can't Stop Being Cute At Their Reception in Mumbai

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas continue their glamorous wedding celebrations in Mumbai

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. Lara says:

    Uh oh, first cracks appear in their fairytale romance.

  2. Bri W. says:

    I want to know if they are legally married or if this is a Jennifer Anniston-Justin Theroux situation.

    • maria s says:

      Oh, I think they’re married all right. With all of those ceremonies it’d be just too much if it hadn’t been legally binding.

    • Kendra says:

      Just because we don’t see the paperwork doesn’t mean it’s not real.

  3. Kara says:

    As if they had to pay a cent for any of their sponsored weddings.

  4. A says:

    Well, Priyanka also said she was over it at some point during her interview with GoodMorning America.

    It kinda feels like at the end, they were only doing this for Piryanka’s mother and family in India.

    • Frannie says:

      Do yourself a favour, type in “Priyanka Chopra Bollywood Gossip” into Google.
      The wedding was deftnot for the family… this woman is a home wrecker, several times proven.

    • Yup, Me says:

      I only had one relatively small wedding (70 guests) with a reasonable budget AND my husband helped and I was still over it. I’m really glad we did it and I don’t think I will ever feel the need to plan a wedding again.

      On the plus side, it gives me a much greater appreciation for attending weddings and the gratitude I feel for not having been the one to plan or pay for them makes them all the sweeter!

  5. Lily says:

    I’m really sick of the press making it out like Priyanka forced this guy into all this

  6. HelloSunshine says:

    Lol yeah we know, Nick. It was written all over your face and you still don’t look into it imo

  7. Erinn says:

    To be fair, I felt ‘done’ with my one wedding before it’d taken place. Nothing to do with my husband. But it’s a LOT. It’s a lot to deal with, and when you have asshat family members wrecking havoc, it’s just another level of exhausting.

  8. holly hobby says:

    Hmmm. Did he grow the facial hair to look more mature next to his wife? Looking at the photos before the facial hair, he looked like her little brother.

  9. Seraphina says:

    He’s probably so DONE, he won’t ever get married again. Oooppsss, not saying this heavenly union wont last 😂

  10. Millenial says:

    Is it just me or did Kevin go from least attractive Jonas brother to the kind of most attractive Jonas brother?

  11. W says:

    The weddings wasn’t the issue. It’s obvious from the photos the 200 people at the actual wedding had a blast over a long weekend. It was the receptions, which she had to do because it is a sign of respect to issue an invite. It’s how over a 1000 people end up at these weddings. She was expected to invite everyone who works for her companies, everyone in the film industry she has worked with, all the Indian media that covers her, plus everyone her mother wanted to invite to these receptions. Plus Priyanka’s brideside from a super rich family got married right after her wedding and they had to attend those events. Those receptions were work in the same that meet and greets before concerts are for Nick. It’s annoying taking hundreds of photos, but it keeps your constituencies satisfied. I’m sure Nick and Priyanka are just as tired of having to explain it to ignorant Americans as they were tired from the wedding functions.

    • Someone says:

      Thank you for explaining it so well. The commenters here are really upsetting me with their not so woke disrespect of Asian culture. For all their so called global views nicks Christian conservative parents showed more respect for indian traditions than the liberals here.
      India is a social country, our work colleagues are invited home, we know our tailors and doctors families. And peolle get offended and disrespected if you don’t invite them. Even if it’s a humble wedding in a. Temple, it’s ok as long as you invite peolle. It’s acknowleing their importance and value in your life.

      Why is that a source for making fun? Maybe if the us started dojgn that, you’ll wouldn’t have so many suicides and depression.

    • Someone says:

      Thank you for explaining it so well. The commenters here are really upsetting me with their not so woke disrespect of Asian culture. For all their so called global views nicks Christian conservative parents showed more respect for indian traditions than the liberals here.
      India is a social country, our work colleagues are invited home, we know our tailors and doctors families. And peolle get offended and disrespected if you don’t invite them. Even if it’s a humble wedding in a. Temple, it’s ok as long as you invite peolle. It’s acknowleing their importance and value in your life.

      Why is that a source for making fun? Maybe if the us started dojgn that, you’ll wouldn’t have so many suicides and depression.

  12. Suz says:

    I can’t stand these two but I agree with some commenters above. My husband and I took a little over a year to plan our wedding and there were at least three discussions on whether we should just elope because we were over it. That was just one wedding, not the seemingly 36 weddings these two had.