Somewhere in between preparing for and launching the current Jonas Brothers tour and starring in Disney's "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam," Joe Jonas found the time to do a guest spot on TV Land's new hit, "Hot in Cleveland."
MTV News was invited to visit the set recently to catch a glimpse of the middle Jonas in action. In the episode, which airs Wednesday night (August 11), Jonas' character comes to visit his newly transplanted mom, played by Valerie Bertinelli. In the scene we watched, mother and son sit down to reconnect at a restaurant, and Jonas plays the "typical aloof teen" to a T — he is texting friends throughout the conversation, despite his mom's attempts to capture his attention.
When we caught up with the 20-year-old between takes, Jonas said despite having prior sitcom work in his own TV series "JONAS" on the Disney Channel, work on the "Cleveland" set was a completely new experience.
"We don't have a live audience," he said of the major difference. "And I'm hanging out with some amazing actresses. They are just incredible. Everyone on the set is just so talented. I'm playing Valerie's son, and I'm having a lot of fun. We rehearsed, and we just shot our first scene together, so hopefully it will look all right."
Asked if TV veteran Bertinelli or co-stars Wendy Malick, Jane Leeves and Betty White had imparted any advice, Jonas said he was just trying to soak up everything from the actresses.
"Just being around them, they are so talented that you just learn so much from them so quickly," he said. "And hanging out with them and watching Betty White knit is just so adorable, so I'm having a great time."
Speaking of White, we threw Jonas a curveball by asking: If Joe could be any Golden Girl, which one would he be?
"Betty, of course. Rose, yes," he said. "It's kinda an odd question to ask which Golden Girl I would be, but my favorite would just have to be Betty, because I know her now."
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