Nick Jonas, Flaunt


Another day, another hot shirtless photo of Nick Jonas.

We're certainly not complaining.

Only E! News has this exclusive first look at one of Jonas' hottest pics from the new Flaunt magazine.

Just call him Nick Wahlberg!

The photo appears to have been inspired by Mark Wahlberg's famous ads for Calvin Klein underwear. It shows Jonas, 22, with no shirt on while pulling down his black jeans and underwear just enough to make us, well, almost fall over and die.

He has a little scruff on his face and stares dead into the camera.


Jonas also has as few thin silver necklaces around his neck and a bracelet on each wrist.

But let's be honest, we're not looking at his accessories.

You can see more photos at

Jonas' new DirecTV series, Kingdom, premieres on Oct. 8. He put on about 15 pounds of muscle for his starring role as a very beefy MMA fighter.

He bulked up so much that his brothers started calling him the "Hulk."

"I really wanted to look like an animal who internalizes a lot, but when he's in the cage and he's fighting that's when you see this kind of animalistic mentality that he has," Jonas told me during the summer.

Nick Jonas


He has since lost about 10 pounds of the muscle. "The bulky muscle guy was probably good for a month or two, but I feel better where I'm at now," Jonas said.

Jonas keeps in shape with regular workouts and eating right. He was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes about nine years ago when he was 13. "I really got into living a really healthy lifestyle and physical fitness last year," he said. "I saw pretty quickly how it improved my health and the diabetes. I've stuck with it."

He also announced during New York Fashion Week last month that he has been signed by modeling agency Wilhelmina. "Even though I'm a foot shorter than all the guys in here, I'm officially a Wilhelmina model!" he said. "Never thought this would happen."

Jonas' self-titled solo album is set for release on Nov. 11.

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