The answer, thankfully, is no. Nick insisted that as soon as he wraps up his shows with the Administration, he and his brothers will start work on new episodes of their TV show "JONAS."
"We're definitely not breaking up, and we've got a lot of exciting things coming this year as the Jonas Brothers and individually. We go back to the production on the TV show for four or five months together, so we're going to be spending a lot of tome together — then we're working on plans for a world tour," he told MTV News. "A lot of things coming up ... so that's why we think it's funny when people say we're breaking up, because we're going to be so busy."
Now that those rumors have been put to rest, Nick told us that he has learned a lot about himself while traveling the country without his famous brothers by his side. "I think coming into my own was the main thing, and it's kind of ironic that the record's called Who I Am in the midst of trying to show people who I am as an artist," he said. "Just really feeling that sense of coming into my own ... it's a good feeling."
Nick has been touring for the past month and a few cities have left quite an impression on him. "I think the tour in general was amazing — a couple cities that I felt had good shows were New York City, Chicago and L.A. ... a couple standout moments in those shows.
"I think maybe the first time I played 'Stay' [really stands out to me]," he continued. "[Manager] Johnny Wright was there and he said, 'That was amazing and you should go further with it.' ... He pushed me to come out of my comfort zone to take my guitar away and just sing."
While Nick is wrapping up the tour, he's still trying to work out time to make up a show in Denver he missed due to illness. "I think were trying to work all that out right now. We're just trying to get through these L.A. shows and then a San Francisco show and then figure it out," he explained. "I definitely want to say thanks to everyone for being flexible about it. It's good to see the fans are so supportive and they sent me a lot of well-wishes on my Twitter and it was nice. I'm doing better."