AceShowbiz - Kevin Jonas was "really depressed" after the Jonas Brothers disbanded back in 2013. During a Wednesday, May 6 chat with Elvis Duran on the Z100 "Morning Show", the former Disney star opened up about the break-up and how bad it affected him.
"Notice how when [the Jonas Brothers] went dark, we went dark. We didn't do a single interview, we didn't talk to anybody, we just went dark," he said. "I just got really depressed for a while. There's a mourning process!"
Jonas acknowledged that the decision to put an end to the Jonas Brothers was right, but he admitted to missing lots of things from his life as a part of the group. "I miss touring. I miss seeing people on the road. I miss that adrenaline rush, there's nothing like it. When you go out on stage ... and you greet the crowd, there's nothing like it," he explained.
In the interview, Jonas also shot down rumors claiming he's jealous of brother Nick Jonas' successful solo career. "I don't know how many times I literally hear this," the father of one said. "It's the worst pun in the world from some idiotic frat guy. It's like, 'You must be 'Jealous' of Nick!' ... Constantly! It's like, why? He's doing his thing. I'm doing mine! He's happy. I'm happy."
He additionally gave some advice to Zayn Malik, who left his own band One Direction just a little over a month ago. "In the midst of that intensity, he should go dark for a long time," he shared. "You gotta go dark for at least six weeks! Like, underground, you gotta go hard, like you're done... You have to let the dust clear. Anything you do then will be scrutinized."