Best known as one-third of global pop superstars the Jonas Brothers - who just scored another number-one album with Happiness Begins - Nick Jonas also enjoyed solo success with a self-titled album and the radio hit "Jealous".
In an appearance on today's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Maroon 5 singer and former Voice coach doesn't seem to have any regrets about his surprise departure from NBC's talent contest after 16 Voice seasons (he announced his departure last May after the 10-year stint).
"I can't wait and I say thank you to everyone who made it happen with NBC and The Voice", Nick said during the segment. "I heard that you're going to be a new coach on The Voice and I wanted to, first of all, say congratulations, I guess", said Shelton. The country crooner goes on to tease Jonas about being too young to coach. "I mean, I know that's a good thing because they're my children, but that's why I don't do much", he added.
"I do miss it, but I also don't miss how much I had to work", the 40-year-old continued. I am coming for you.More news: Three scientists awarded 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics for discoveries in cosmology
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Reacting to the videos, Jonas hilariously pointed out that, despite Shelton's jibe about his age, he was proud to "have had a almost 20-year career". I was just constantly working for so many years; very lucky, very fortunate, very blessed, and all that. "And I think Kelly's point about joining an alliance might make sense. I just have to tell you one thing: our mission is to destroy Blake Shelton".
The excitement didn't end with the announcement.
Visibly shaken, he then took a sip from his beverage.
Second, he's been successful as part of a group, the Jonas Brothers, with his older siblings, Joe and Kevin Jonas. "As you can see, he's masking it by drinking a glass of water". "We are excited to see Nick lend his mentorship, relatability and breadth of knowledge to a new crop of artists".