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Nick Jonas' Own Jealousy Inspires Upcoming Single 'Jealous'

August 26, 2014 (8:29 am) GMT
The former Jonas Brothers member reveals that he penned the song after he caught another man looking at girlfriend Olivia Culpo's backside.
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previously told E! News that his new single "Jealous" was based on a real experience. Now, the former member revealed in a newer interview with the site that he wrote it after he caught another man looking at his girlfriend 's backside.

"I saw someone looking at her ass when we were out one night," he said. "It really upset me. The next day I went into the studio and wrote the song. So I got something good out of the experience even though in the moment it was frustrating."

The incident occurred earlier this year, when Jonas was filming DirecTV's "". The singer explained that he initially planned to confront the man. "But I was also in the middle of shooting 'Kingdom' where I play an MMA fighter, so I was all pumped up on testosterone feeling like I could beat someone up," he said. "Thankfully, I didn't."

"Jealous", set to serve as the follow-up to single "Chains" from Jonas' upcoming solo album, is scheduled to be released on September 7. Its accompanying music video has been shot and will be released on his birthday on September 16. Culpo will make an appearance in it.

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