Joe Jonas said he was "jealous" of his brother Nick being cast as a judge on NBC's "The Voice."
Joe said that the brothers were competing for the vacant season 18 coaching slot.
Joe said he was rejected while at a Fleetwood Mac concert and "cried my eyes out to 'Landslide.'"
Joe Jonas said that he "cried my eyes out" after finding out that he lost the opportunity to be a judge on "The Voice" to his own brother, Nick Jonas.
During the Jonas Brothers' appearance on Tuesday's episode of "Armchair Expert" with Dax Shepard, Joe said he found out the news while attending a Fleetwood Mac concert in Madison Square Garden back in 2019.
"It was at the most picturesque setting," Joe said. "And as they were playing 'Landslide,' I found out that he was going to be a judge on 'The Voice' and I was so jealous. I cried my eyes out to 'Landslide.'"
He continued: "It was bittersweet because, of course, I'm super happy for him, but I'm also bummed because I wanted the fucking gig."
Nick replaced Gwen Stefani as a judge/coach on "The Voice" seasons 18 and 20, starring alongside Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson.
The siblings' older brother Kevin Jonas pointed out on the podcast that Joe had already been a judge on the Australian version of "The Voice," which is why he was so keen to be a part of the show again.
"I just enjoyed the job, so I was like, 'What the fuck?'" Joe said. "But he crushed it and it was great."
Nick pursued acting and released solo two albums. Meanwhile, Joe formed the dance-pop band DNCE, which reunited last year.
"I was definitely like, I am so happy that's happening for one of us," Kevin said. "But I wish it was the three of us, you know?"
The Jonas Brothers reformed in 2019 after six years apart. The band released their sixth album, titled "The Album," earlier this month.
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