Santa Monica, Calif. -- Nick Jonas & the Administration has signed on to be the house band at the upcoming Critics' Choice Movie Awards show in Los Angeles, organizers said.
"We could not be more excited to have Nick Jonas & the Administration on our stage at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards," Tom Calderone, VH1's president, said in a statement Wednesday. "We pride ourselves at VH1 on presenting high-energy performances by top artists during our live events. Nick and his band will certainly continue that tradition, revealing another side of Nick that his fans haven't seen yet."
Kristin Chenoweth is to preside over the prize presentation Jan. 15. It is to air live on VH1.
Washington -- Teen singer, songwriter and actor Nick Jonas will speak about living with diabetes at a National Press Club luncheon in Washington, organizers say.
The event will be held Aug. 24.
"Since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 13, the pop superstar, who tests his blood sugar more than 10 times a day, has made a personal commitment to raise awareness about juvenile diabetes," the press club noted in a release about the 16-year-old's upcoming personal appearance.
"In June, he testified before Congress to call for support of diabetes research funding. He wrote the song 'A Little Bit Longer' to inspire those with diabetes to live their lives to the fullest," the organization added.
Los Angeles, July 28: Singer Joe Jonas of Jonas Brothers has parted ways with actress girlfriend Camilla Belle after less than a year of dating, a publicist for Camilla confirmed to People magazine on Monday.
Los Angeles, June 22: Teen queen Miley Cyrus further fueled the rumors that she and her ex love Nick Jonas have “reconnected” after she joined the Jonas brothers onstage Saturday night in Texas to perform a special duet.
Los Angeles, June 13: After her reported break up with model boyfriend Justin Gaston, the teen queen Miley Cyrus apparently has turned her attention to her ex-love, Nick Jonas. The two were recently spotted riding a jet ski together in Georgia.
Los Angeles, March 11: Miley Cyrus has a lot going on with her heart. While the world knows she once lost it to Nick Jonas (and nobody’s sure if she’s got it back yet), Cyrus recently disclosed that she suffers tachycardia, a medical condition in which there is rapid acceleration of heart rate.
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