Nick Jonas Fell through a hole on stage while performing night 3 of the ‘The Tour’ in Boston

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Nick Jonas almost exited the stage prematurely during a recent Jonas Brothers performance when he accidentally fell into a hole.

The “Jealous” singer had to think quickly on his feet when the awkward incident happened during the Jonas Brothers’ show at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on Tuesday evening.

In a clip shared on social media, Nick, 30, was in the middle of belting out a note when he took a small step back and suddenly tumbled down into a hole in the floor. It clearly hurt a little as the popstar was seen mouthing ‘ouch’ before springing up just as fast as he fell.

After making an impressively swift recovery, the “Sucker” singer ran to another section of the stage to continue performing like a true professional.

The Jonas Brothers, also consisting of Nick’s siblings Joe, 34, and Kevin, 35, launched their concert The Tour this summer to mark their reunion after four years.

On Sunday, Nick shared adorable photos of a very special guest who visited him backstage at their New York show – his baby girl Malti, 19 months, who he shares with wife Priyanka Chopra. In the sweet images, the tot is seen gazing up at her dad as he places a pair of protective headphones on her while pulling a kissing face.

Malti clearly has music in her bones already, as she was also seen holding a pair of drumsticks while sitting on her dad’s lap.


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