Jealous Joe Jonas: I cried my eyes out when Nick got job instead of me

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He’s only human.

Joe Jonas revealed he cried out of jealousy after finding out his younger brother Nick Jonas was going to be a judge on “The Voice.”

During Monday’s episode of “The Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard” podcast, the “Camp Rock” star explained that he found out the news while watching Fleetwood Mac play “Landslide” at Madison Square Garden in March 2019.

“It was at the most picturesque setting,” Joe, 33, recalled. “I was so jealous I cried my eyes out to ‘Landslide.”

The “S.O.S.” singer — who joined the podcast with his two brothers Nick, 30, and Kevin, 35 — added, “It was bittersweet, of course, ’cause I’m super happy for him, but I’m also bummed ’cause I want that f—king gig!”

Joe had served as a coach on the Australian “Voice” for one season in 2018, which had brother Kevin chiming in that he was more qualified than Nick to do the job.

“I just enjoyed the job, so I was like, ‘what the f–k?’” Joe exclaimed. “But [Nick] crushed it and, you know, it was great.”

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Nick went on to work as a voice coach on Seasons 18 and 20 of the singing competition series before being replaced by Ariana Grande.

Sibling rivalry or not, the trio emphasized during the podcast that they are all still on the same team and that their main goal is to get someone “with the last name Jonas to win.”

In fact, Nick revealed that he and Joe had both auditioned for the same role in “Wicked,” which is set to release in 2024.

While the “Love Again” actor said that the two are “competitive in sports and other things,” he shared that when it comes to their careers they ultimately cheered each other on ahead of their auditions.

Echoing Nick’s sentiment, Joe added, “Yeah, we said, ‘Go in there and kill it ’cause it’s gotta be one of us. It has to be one of us.’ That being said, never got that call …”

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