Nick Jonas Recalls 'How To Succeed' Fan 'Craziness'

Jonas Brother and co-star Michael Urie, who end their Broadway run Sunday, tell MTV News the fans 'say some pretty wild things.'

Nick Jonas will end his run in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" when the Broadway show closes Sunday.

The singer, along with his co-star Michael Urie, will no longer play business rivals on the Great White Way, but do continue to hold fond memories of their time in the show.

When MTV News caught up with the actors recently, they recalled some of their favorite fan encounters during their tenure in "How to Succeed." "The craziest fan encounter? The great thing about the fans is that they are polite during the show," Jonas said. "At the beginning of the show, they have an opportunity get excited, and then throughout the show, they are very polite."

Everyone's polite — at least, until Jonas got his smooch on. "Occasionally, they'll have little outbursts of craziness," he remembered. "It usually comes for me during the kissing moment during the show. They can say some pretty wild things I can hear out of the corner of my ear. It's fun."

Urie joked, "I actually stand offstage during the kiss and scream things like, 'Nick, Nick, oh Nick,' with about that [deep] inflection."

All joking aside, Urie did have some warm, fuzzy encounters with the show's fans before every performance. "Before the show, it's fun to come into the theater every night, because there are people waiting. Sometimes there are people camped out waiting that aren't even there to see the show," he said. "They've already seen the show or they're seeing the show in the future, and they'll be like, 'Hey Michael, good show.' And they're very cool and easygoing."

Both Jonas and Urie joined the show in January. Their run was expected to go until July 1, but they're closing a bit early. With the show ending Sunday, Jonas will now devote more time to recording a new album with his brothers. The Jonas Brothers are currently hard at work on their follow-up to 2009's Lines, Vines and Trying Times.

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