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Nick Jonas describes the public incident that led him to therapy

Nick Jonas said this week that a botched guitar solo at the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards led him to see a therapist.

The youngest member of the pop sibling trio, the Jonas Brothers, discussed stage anxiety on the ‘Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard’ podcast on Monday, recalling what he called the ‘tragic solo debacle. guitar”.

Jonas was backing Kelsea Ballerini on her song “Peter Pan” and he’d rehearsed, he said, what felt like a “million times.” He said he “felt really confident about it”.

“I started, okay, and as I walked towards her, I went completely blank and hit a bad note and passed out, basically, and found that it was wrong and that I couldn’t stop”, the “Jealous” says the singer.

Jonas took a beating on social media and tried to dismiss the incident as a “brain fart”. But the effects were lasting.

“In retrospect, I can kind of laugh at how big I thought it was. But he traveled more than I would have liked, and that pushed me into therapy,” he said. declared.

“To date and [after] hours of unboxing, I can’t really figure out exactly what happened, but I was rushed straight into a car and straight onto a plane afterwards.

“And I looked at my manager, I was like, ‘I think that was bad. I was kind of in shock. And then it was like a really traumatic moment that shaped the pressure that I put on myself to be perfect and always be “on”.

Jonas recalled other mishaps, like forgetting the lyrics when he performed on Broadway in “Annie Get Your Gun” as a boy, but he called the CMA blunder “the worst moment.”

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The Jonas Brothers, who reunited in 2019, are scheduled to tour extensively in August, September and October.

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