Jonas Brothers Perform in Mexico Without Kevin Jonas After Band Breaks Up—All the Details

Exclusive! Two out of three group members sang during the Telehit Awards on November 13

By Zach Johnson Nov 14, 2013 7:30 PMTags
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The Jonas Brothers officially disbanded in October, but the pop supergroup reunited on stage one last time during the Telehit Awards Concert on Wednesday, Nov. 13. Only two of the three members showed up for the performance in Mexico City, however: Joe Jonas, 24, and Nick Jonas, 21.

So where was Kevin Jonas, 26? "Kevin is focusing on his business ventures," a source close to the musical trio tells E! News exclusively. "As announced earlier, the band is no longer together. However, the guys had made a commitment to Telehit and wanted to keep that commitment."

Kevin is also gearing up for the TeenNick HALO Awards, which he will cohost on Sunday, Nov. 17.

Prior to taking the stage, Joe and Nick did an interview with Telehit. They made no mention of Kevin's absence. "It's a lot of pressure," Nick said of performing with Joe for the last time. "We actually didn't know that until just a couple of minutes ago. We were actually surprised by that. But it'll be great. The fans here are always amazing. We've played the venue before and it's always a good time."

"I think there's always a little nervous energy when you go out on stage," Joe added. "I'm just excited to get out there."

The siblings were then asked if they would rather date Miley Cyrus or Selena Gomez—which was a bit awkward, given that Nick has romanced both singers in the past. "You just stirred up a lot more drama than you think," he replied. "So we prefer to stay neutral. We're Switzerland in the situation."

The only time Joe and Nick spoke of their older brother was when they discussed holiday plans. "Because Kevin is obviously about to have a baby soon, we obviously want to be with him. We also want to be with our grandparents. Everybody's at different sides of the world," Joe said. "We're going to try to figure it out."