Andy Cohen put Joe Jonas in the hot seat Thursday night.
The DNCE singer appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live and played "Plead the Fifth," a game in which Andy asked him three questions and Joe could only decline to answer one. The first question—posed to Joe's brother Nick Jonas just weeks earlier—was in regard to their penises. "Which Jonas brother is the most well-endowed?" Andy asked. Joe smirked, saying, "You know—this is Nick's words, not mine—but he said he was going to say me, so I'll say me."
Andy's next question was about Joe's music. "In April, you mentioned that you wrote a song that is going to 'piss someone off.' Who is the person and have they heard the song yet?" the late-night talk show asked. Joe first explained that the song will not appear on his band's next album. "I'm going to save it for a side project, possibly—maybe a B-side," he said. As for who the song was written about? "Plead the fifth," Joe said. "But I answered half of it, right? So..."
"You may not have wanted to plead the fifth to that," Andy warned.
"Oh, bring it on," Joe told him. "I don't care."
The final question was dubbed "Marry, Shag, Kill: Joe Jonas' Exes Edition." Though Andy could have picked from several stars, he narrowed it down to Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and Gigi Hadid. "You marry one, you kill one and you shag one," he reminded the "Toothbrush" singer.
"I'll marry Demi," Joe said. "She's a friend."
Indeed. Earlier this week, Joe and Demi performed "Gotta Find You," from the 2008 Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock. (Demi is on tour with Nick.) Days before the performance, Joe told E! News' Marc Malkin he considers Demi "family" post-split. "We've known Demi for so many years. We've performed with her, toured with her. She's just incredible. It's not always the case. Sometimes you have to know when to fold the cards. I don't think of her as an ex. We're really good friends. We've gone through so much together and we're really close now."
The same can't be said for some of Joe's other exes. With the lights dimmed and the pressure on, the singer had to choose between Taylor or Gigi Thursday. "This is a game, right?" he asked.
After being reassured that it was, Joe said, "Um, Shag Taylor, kill Dem—kill Gigi. There you go." Andy then admitted he had no idea, prior to the episode, that Joe dated Taylor for four months in 2008 until he broke up with her in a 27-second phone call. "We were children," he told Andy.
When the game was over, Joe was feeling pretty proud of himself. "I didn't really plead the fifth, though," he told Andy and fellow guest Ashley Graham. "I answered half the question."
"Maybe we'll give you an extra 'Plead the Fifth' the next time you're here," Andy suggested.
"Ooh," Joe said. "I like that."
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