Nick Jonas Is Gay & Shirtless On Multiple TV Shows — And He Likes It That Way! Find Out Why PLUS New Album Details!

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We can never get enough Nick Jonas!

The singer/actor is en fuego right now as he just dropped his danceworthy Levels back in August and made his debut in the premiere of Scream Queens on Tuesday!

Related: Scream Queens Killed Off A MAJOR STAR! SPOILERS!

The singer and actor’s character on the comedy/horror show is a gay, golfing frat boy and is actually the second gay character Nick has portrayed — the other one being his current role on Kingdom!

The Chains singer was recently asked how he thinks having actors feel more comfortable about their sexuality in a role will affect the gay community. Jonas replied:

“I think it’s all about being true to who you are.”

He went on to say:

“Whatever I can do for the community is just a blessing for me.”

Since most of us have seen the 23-year-old shirtless at one point or another, we were definitely curious about which show he’d be MORE shirtless in. Lucky for us, Jonas gave us the answer saying:

“I think it might be Scream Queens. There’s a scene or two that I’m shirtless in, but in Kingdom I play a fighter too, so there is a lot. It’s a lot, it’s a lot of shirtlessness.”

Well we’re DEFINITELY watching more Scream Queens then!

Photos: Naughty Pics Of Nick For His Bday

Jonas also recently talked about his next album and sorta kinda revealed when we can expect it:

“We have not picked a date officially yet, but we have a sense. It’s going to be at some point early next year, so probably the end of February or early March.”

When talking about the sound of the album, he also said:

“I think [the album will] go even a bit further with some more soul and R&B sounds, even hip hop influences in there. I’m really just digging deep.”

Well you heard it here — Nick Jonas’ new album is only a few months away!

What do you think? Will you watch more Scream Queens or Kingdom knowing he’s going to take it off and how excited are you for his new album?!

Sep 24, 2015 11:53am PDT

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