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Nick Jonas Comments About Zayn Malik Leaving One Direction

Nick Jonas Comments About Zayn Malik Leaving One Direction

Nick Jonas knows what it feels like to leave a band.

The 22-year-old former Jonas Brothers musician chatted with ET about Zayn Malik, after it was announced that he had left One Direction.

“It’s a lot of pressure. I think that my situation was really unique, I had family with me. I feel like it is a tough world already, and I was thankful to have family and walk through it with them, but it’s all about how you balance it, and trying to implement a few moments of normalcy and quietness in a really crazy ride,” he shared.

Nick added, “I feel for the fans, and totally understand fame as well and what he’s going through, but all the best to all of them.”

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  • ac0117

    it’s a little pathetic when people turn a situation all about them.. self centered much?

  • Maria E. Segura

    I wonder if other OD band members feel the same as he did like saying he wants to be a “normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight”. At some point they will feel the same too cause they all are like Zayn, and they better desintegrate the group.
    That is why is not lets say appropriate to be in show business when yyu are very young, fame and fortune does not make up to live a normal life like the rest of mortals who are not in the entertainment business. These youngsters need to live first and enjoy their age first away from the spotlight, cause the entertainment business is a harsh cruel business not suitable for young entertainers,it really is a business for grown up and adults if you ask me. Look at Lindsey Lohan, Justine Beiber and many otehr younge entertainers who grow up so fast and end up pretty bad, ause that is no life, the life they lived or are living cause they grow up so fast.

  • teedofftaxpayer

    It’s gotta be tough to be in the public eye 24/7. You spend most of your life hiding so you can have a few minutes of peace. I do think Cowell is trying to take advantage of the “time” situation by pushing them on tour so frequent. He knows that boy bands don’t have a long shelf life but I think most of it is because they do push so hard and so fast they burn out, then turn to drugs to wind down.

  • Glyn Ruck

    Go well Zayn. Right decision for you. The very best of luck
    with your new endeavours. Always an inspiration!!!!!!

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