Nick Jonas Committed to Gay Sex Scenes in ‘Kingdom’ Season 2

By April Lara | 2 years ago
Nick Jonas Committed to Gay Sex Scenes in ‘Kingdom’ Season 2
Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas is definitely giving us more and more reasons to love him! And just recently, he has created such a good reputation among the gay community. During the LA’s Outfest Jonas talked about his gay character on Direct TV’s “Kingdom.” Read on for more details.

In “Kingdom,” Jonas plays the role of a martial arts fighter named, Nate Kulina. At the end of Season 1, viewers found out that Nate “is struggling with his sexuality, which he wanted to keep from his own family. 

Gay Star News reported that “Kingdom” creator Byron Balasco, who appeared with Jonas, said that they were hesitant to give him the gay role at first because of his boy band and the roles he played in on his Disney channel shows. However, Jonas nailed the audition and from then there were no questions asked: he is perfect for the role.

In the season 1 finale of “Kingdom,” Jonas’ Nate received oral sex from another man and it was said that Jonas is up for whatever the script calls for.

“He’s not really okay with what’s happening at the moment… it’s going to go there I’m sure,” Jonas said. “It’s an incredibly important story on all levels – acceptance isn’t the first word in this world. I’m willing to go on the journey wherever it takes me… I’m committed.”

Also, just recently, Jonas promoted his latest album to gay audiences. He is also very vocal about same-sex marriage and against anti-LGBT bullying.

This Jonas brother is definitely a catch and we love him! There’s no wonder why his fans love him, what’s not to love, anyway?

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Photo source: Facebook/Nick Jonas

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.