Nick Jonas' Stunning Net Worth Revealed

With a lot of upcoming projects that include new music, a second season of The Voice, and a feature film, Nick Jonas is about to have a big 2021. To promote it all, the singer/actor is set to not only host Saturday Night Live on Feb. 27, but be its musical guest as well. It's most likely that he will be performing his latest single "Spaceman," which drops on Feb. 25, according to Billboard

Having a busy schedule is nothing new to Jonas who has been in the spotlight since he was a kid. The "Sucker" singer is most known for being a part of the boy band, Jonas Brothers, with his actual brothers Joe and Kevin. The former Disney Channel stars hit it big in the early 2000s, but took a bit of a break in 2013 (via PopSugar). During that time, Nick worked hard on his solo career. 

He split his time between singing and acting, and really focused on the latter. He appeared in the first season of Fox's Scream Queens, had a big role in TNT's Kingdom, and even ventured into feature films with Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in 2017 (via The Hollywood Reporter). With all of those credits to his name, it's not surprising that Nick has an estimated net worth of $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Nick Jonas' net worth is combined with Priyanka Chopra's

Of course, Nick Jonas' net worth isn't just his own. Jonas married fellow actor Priyanka Chopra in 2018, and according to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, their net worth is combined. Back in 2019, Jonas had an estimated $25 million to his name, which actually makes him the second-richest Jonas brother behind Joe. Though, Nick Jonas could surpass his brother if he keeps his busy schedule up. 

Right after his SNL appearance, fans can expect to see Nick sitting next to John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton as a coach for The Voice. The 20th season of the show premieres on March 1 (via IMDb). Then, you can see Jonas in Lionsgate's Chaos Walking. The science fiction film stars Marvel's Tom Holland and Star Wars' Daisy Ridley, and is set to hit theaters on March 5 (via Deadline). That's all just one week in the life of Nick Jonas, so you can already tell that things are "burnin' up" for this star.