Here's How Tall Nick Jonas Really Is

Paul and Denise Jonas welcomed their third son, Nick Jonas, into the world in September 1992, according to The Famous People. The second youngest sibling in the Jonas clan, Cheat Sheet reported that Nick was homeschooled along with his brothers. After belting out a tune in a hair salon where his mother had an appointment, Nick was discovered by a talent scout and landed a role on Broadway in "A Christmas Carol," per The Famous People. He and his two older brothers, Joe and Kevin, later came together to form their band The Jonas Brothers in 2004. 

The Jonas Brothers were initially signed to Columbia Records, but their career got off to a somewhat rocky start. Per Britannica, the siblings were dropped from the label after releasing their first album, though they later signed to Disney's Hollywood Records. This led to the brothers taking on small acting roles on Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana" and "Camp Rock." The band eventually broke up in 2013," allowing, Joe, Kevin, and Nick to pursue their own paths and individual interests. And while the JoBros have since reunited, Nick has continued to amass wealth on his own by judging on "The Voice" and hosting the 2021 Billboard Music Awards. Though his career has been documented since childhood, fans might not know everything there is to know about Nick, including the fact he's not as tall as his famous brothers.

Is Nick Jonas sensitive about his height?

Nick Jonas might be the shortest JoBro, but that hasn't stopped him from dating a bevy of famous women (before he settled down with his now-wife, Priyanka Chopra). In his teen years, the singer coupled up with fellow Disney Channel stars Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez, before moving on to date Australian singer Delta Goodrem, per Us Weekly. Even so, Nick may be sensitive about the fact he stands at 5'6", according to The Sun, which makes him just one inch taller than wife Priyanka Chopra.

In 2017, E! News reported that Nick didn't hesitate to clap back at a fan who mocked his height. "You need a few more inches bruh," the fan — Zak Hanzal — wrote on Instagram, underneath a since-deleted photo of himself posing with Nick. "You need some manners 'bruh,'" Nick allegedly responded. "I didn't need to stop to take that picture with you. Just rude. Very rude," he added. Though the fan supposedly changed the caption of the picture after receiving backlash, the whole incident showed that Nick wasn't afraid to defend his height. "Hey y'all ... it's all good," the "Jealous" singer later told his supporters, who had rushed to condemn the fan in question. "No need to spread hate."