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Nick Jonas Shows Off Huge Muscles for Jonas Brothers 'Out' Feature!

Nick Jonas Shows Off Huge Muscles for Jonas Brothers 'Out' Feature!

Nick Jonas flexes his gigantic arm muscles in this new feature of him and his brothers – Joe and Kevin – in Out magazine’s latest issue.

Here’s what the JoBros had to share with the mag:

Joe, on gay rumors: “We have a lot of gay friends and gay fans. It’s a boy band stereotype; people assume, but we don’t take offense.”

Nick, on twerking: “I’m against it. I’ve just reached my limit. It’s just done. It’s too much.”

Nick on Miley Cyrus: “She’s smart. She’s very smart. We’ve always known that about her. She’ll always be successful. [The VMAs performance] was funny — I was laughing.”

Kevin, on maturing: “With being able to take back masters of our songs and become our own bosses in a way, we have a lot of people hearing new stuff, and maybe they have had misconceptions in the past of who we are as a band. At the end of the day, I think people are surprised to know that we’re a rock band at our core. Things have started to shift where people are starting to feel the passion behind the art that we’re doing.”

For more from the guys, visit Out.com.

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