Nick Jonas: Cancelling North Carolina show was ‘right thing to do’

It’s an incredibly frustrating situation overall. We are very aware of our strong LGBT community fan base and the support they’ve given us and the support we want to give them. And this was a time where I feel like we said we have to make a bold statement, put our foot down and stand firm in something we believe in and it’s unfortunate for the fans there and for us because we want to go play as many shows as possible. But in our minds it’s the right thing to do and hopefully our fans will stand united with us.”

— Nick Jonas explains to Ellen DeGeneres why he and Demi Lovato decided to cancel their joint concert in North Carolina; a decision he says came after “a lot of conversations”


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