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Jonas is not the first man in pop music with an exhibitionistic streak.
Prince was notorious for wearing itty-bitty black undergarments.
Louis Tomlinson, a member of One Direction, took to Twitter to defend his heterosexuality after a journalist from The Independent reported that a T-shirt Mr.
Tomlinson wore was in solidarity with Apple’s newly out chief executive, Tim Cook. Jonas stands out by embracing the homoerotic undercurrents inherent to pop superstardom.“Nick is the first straight male in the past few years to let himself be sexualized by gay men and not just be O. with it, but promote it,” said Mitchell Sunderland, an editor at Vice who recently wrote an article for the magazine about Mr. “Although there is a profit-based motive, it’s still pretty revolutionary.”This approach appears to be more aligned with the calculated coming-of-age-by-stripping-down blueprint formulated by female image makers such as Britney Spears (another former Disney performer) and Miley Cyrus (a girlfriend of Mr.
A recent article in the NYU Local, a college newspaper, accused Mr.
Jonas of “queer baiting” and “cashing in on something he’s not.”The erotization of young male pop stars can still make stars and their fans uncomfortable. Bieber, whose “Beliebers” were criticized for defending their idol through homophobic language.
She attends Horace Mantis Academy with the boys and Stella.
“But in this era where people’s attention span is zero, if everyone stops and thinks about what you’re doing, you’re doing it right.”Mr.
On the track “Wilderness” from his current album, he sings, “Naked as the day we were born/Did you know it could feel like this? Jonas and his management team enlisted producers like Sir Nolan and Robo Pop for his adult-leaning sonic makeover, they approached Wilhelmina Models in August to discuss marketing the singer’s untapped lack of modesty. Jonas said, he discussed the growing pains associated with “the need to be transparent and lay it all out.”Taylor Hendrich, the head of the agency’s men’s division, which signed the singer, took his words literally. Jonas wearing only a baseball cap and white underwear (his jeans were pulled down to his knees) as he grabbed his crotch in a homage to the 1992 Calvin Klein ad starring Mark Wahlberg. The next month, he appeared in Details magazine glistening in sweat as he showed off his shirtless workout regimen, as well as in Attitude, a British gay magazine, in which he flexed his muscles yet again and said that being hairy was a “beautiful part about being a man.”The racy images’ viral magic has ensued ever since.
A call was immediately made to Flaunt magazine, a fashion and pop-culture magazine in Los Angeles, to conceptualize “some sort of major editorial that would be really forthcoming and open Nick up to who he is today versus who he was as a Jonas Brother,” Mr. On “The Tonight Show,” he popped up alongside Jeff Daniels and Usher. He’s hot.”Not since the R&B singer D’Angelo appeared in the buff for his music video “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” 15 years ago has a male pop act been so at ease objectifying himself.
Jonas shuffled through a seemingly endless meet-and-greet with an army of gawky preteens.“He smelled so good,” a young girl barely in her double digits whispered to her friend.
They were dressed identically, save for a set of colorful braces, in plaid midriff-baring crop tops, black spandex pants and white Converse sneakers.