Teaming up with an unexpected group, Nick Jonas transformed the set of ‘Sesame Street’ into a totally hip concert stage for his guest spot on the children’s show. And the singer DEFINITELY brought back the childhood nostalgia by performing a catchy new song about shapes — SO cute!
Nick Jonas, 23, took a walk down Sesame Street with a new original song, “Check That Shape.” And while the “Chainsaw” singer won’t be guest starring on the classic kid’s HBO show until May 21, we are ALREADY loving his new jam. With “Jealous” vibes and killer vocals, we’re thinking Nick should co-perform with Cookie Monster and Burt more often!
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Joined by Bert, Cookie Monster, and the Count, Nick’s song, “Check That Shape,” features a poppy, R&B rhythm and has an all-around party vibe. Talk about a fun way to learn! The energetic chorus even describes shapes and their sides and angles — we just know kids will be singing along in no time.
Filled with sequined hats, velvet tuxes, and general swag, there’s no way your little ones — or even you — will be able to resist this fun beat. And we have to say, Nick’s voice is on POINT, as the song definitely highlights his insane vocal range. People, I think we’ve got a hit on our hands!
And lately, it’s seemed like everything Nick’s voice touches has turned to gold. After all, have you HEARD “Close” yet? And even better, the music video for the song is both stunning and wild! Talk about a talented performer. And just recently, Nick sang on Carpool Karaoke and totally blew fans away with his duet with Demi Lovato, 23.
But unfortunately “Check That Shape” will not be on the former boybander’s forthcoming album Last Year Was Complicated, which is set to be released on June 10. However, the album WILL feature the already-hit tracks, “Close,” “Champagne Problems,” and “Chainsaw.” From Broadway, to radio hits, to kid’s music, is there any genre Nick CAN’T dominate?
How adorable is Nick’s Sesame Street song, HollywoodLifers? Do you love that he performed on the children’s show?