Kevin Jonas is unsure about the future of the Jonas Brothers, but when it comes to his relationship with Joe and Nick, he admits they're working on "being happy for each other."
Kevin and his wife Danielle Jonas sat down with HuffPost Live on Wednesday (Jan. 8) to discuss their show, "Married to Jonas" and their new app called Amazing Baby Days, which was created to help other new parents and document their journey to parenthood. But host Nancy Redd got Kevin to dish a little bit about the Jonas Brothers' split and their canceled tour.
The three brothers called off their 19 tour dates in October just two days before the shows were about to kick off, with their rep telling People, "There is a deep rift within the band. There was a big disagreement over their music direction." And although the group isn't ready to try out another reunion anytime soon, Kevin admits they're supporting each other during this tough time.
"I'm not sure [about a reunion]. We just made the announcement a couple of months ago and we're all working on our own individual things. I think it's way too early to tell," he explained. "Right now, we're just kind of focused on our relationships as brothers and kind of just being happy for each other and each one of our own journeys."
As for his brother Joe's recent comments about smoking weed with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato when they were teens, Kevin says, "We all had fun, we all did."
"The difference is, each one of us had our own journey and mine was, I found a great girl early on and stuck with her and got married early and now having a baby and that was my life," Kevin said. "And that's the path I chose. And I'm really excited about that and I'm happy."
Kevin and Danielle are expecting their first child, a baby girl, next month.