Joe Jonas wasn't just sticking his fingers in some dumb metal rings. He was sticking his fingers in costars, actresses and even a model, according to the new comedy special by the Jonas Brothers.
Leyla Mohammed is a staff writer for the news site.
On November 24, 2021, at 11:47 a.m. The time is later.
He explained that some churches have a program called True Love Waits, where people wait for marriage to have sex before they marry. Kevin and I decided to join. A few years ago, we started playing music and we have these rings.
When we insisted that we didn't want to talk about it, the interviewer told us that he could write whatever he wanted. We wanted to make people happy, and we didn't know any better. Joe said something.
We explained that we had made these promises to ourselves when we were younger. It comes out that we are in a cult and that we are Mickey Mouse kids. People came up to us and said, "Thank you so much, I'm waiting because you guys are, too!" We just thought, no! That is not what we are about.
He said that the rings were taken off a few years ago. I lost my virginity at 20. I was sexually active at 20. I waited for the right person.
Three young boys are wearing rings on their fingers, everyone is wondering if they are married already. What's going on here? Joe said something. The guy asked us about them during the interview, and we said we didn't want to talk about them. He said he was going to say you were in a cult. We were afraid to death. It was our first interview.
The next thing you know, it is the Jonas Brothers. The joke was that people ran with it forever.
In an interview withHarper's Bazaar, Nick said that media obsession with the purity rings was incredibly annoying. It became a defining factor of who we were as a band. I was trying to understand what sex meant to me at a sensitive age.
He said that once he got older, and experienced love, and had sex, and defined his view of the world, and what faith and religion actually meant to him, he accepted that the rings were probably a fascinating story to people. The South Park episode that ridiculed the rings is incredibly entertaining. It made some people curious and amused them. It does not define us now. That matters.