Joe Jonas chatted to People about Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam: 'There's a lot more romance with my character and even with Nick's character. The romance, the singing and dancing, everything is bigger and better.' Mitchie and Shane's romance grows as they battle against a new music camp called Camp Star that has opened across the lake: 'The romance between Shane and Mitchie is still there and it continues to grow. They want to spend more time together but [finding time is a bit] difficult for them to do, because she is trying to help out the camp as much as she can.'
Demi, 'They are so easy to work with and we just hangout and have fun. They are like my brothers and they are my best friends. They always make me laugh.' Nick Jonas on falling for the daughter of the owner of the rival camp: 'It's fun. It's good when you feel comfortable with the person and we're friends.'
Nervous about kissing Chloe? 'No, we hadn't had to do that but it's been good.' Kevin is the odd man out as a camp counselor with no love interest: 'I've got my own love interest in my real life so I'm good!'
Nick Jonas dished to Girls Life about Camp Rock 2: 'In the first one, the music was in the movie. This one, the music tells a story, a bit more like a musical. But it’s a lot better I think.' Kevin rocks out with the junior rockers, including Frankie Jonas, Nick finds love with Chloe Bridges and JEMI romance continues.
Nick spilled on one of his performances: 'I have a funny Adam Sandler-type song in the movie. It'll be really interesting for people to hear it and see what they think because if I hear it without being in the movie, I would be like, 'What is this?' But it works in the movie, and it's a cute moment.'
Nick, who will be kicking off his tour with The Administration on Jan, 2 in Dallas told Radio Disney: 'This show will definitely be more about the music.. I have three buses and one truck, instead of 17.' On going 'solo':
'We've [Kevin, Joe and Nick] had long, honest conversations about it and the truth is that this project and the Jonas Brothers can co-exist. Come mid-February we're going to be back in production with the TV show and we'll be working on plans for another [Jonas Brothers] world tour next summer.'