Nick Jonas Discusses His Breakup With Olivia Culpo In New Documentary Series

Nick Jonas has had quite a year. He established a successful solo career for himself, become a mega-hottie, and broke up with his long-time girlfriend, Olivia Culpo.

Luckily, if you’re dying to know more about the third Jonas Brother, you’ll soon be able to. Nick lets fans inside his head in his new documentary series on Tidal, Jay-Z‘s online music streaming service. In fact, the the first of seven episodes is already available to watch. He discusses his love for nature, mentions his talking Coors Light mini fridge (say whaaat?!) and doesn’t shy away from getting deep about his latest album, Last Year Was Complicated.

The album was inspired by the 23-year-old’s breakup with actress Olivia Culpo nearly a year ago. In the series, his former Kingdom co-star, Jonathan Tucker interviews the singer/actor: “The minute she left, I was alone in my apartment. I was like, I have to come and get out of the city and write.”

Nick headed to Mammoth, California post split to get creative with “trusted collaborators.” He said, “Immediately, I was OK. I’ve tried talking to people and doing that thing, but I don’t know, I’m too in my head and unwilling to open up and get deeper. But I feel like the music is the best therapist I’ve ever had.” See, guys have feelings too!

Nick’s interview isn’t a static one. As he rides a ski lift, he explains an awkward encounter he had with an unnamed lady. “I just met her … I said, ‘Listen, I’m a big fan of your show, and I’m a big fan of your Instagram.’ Is that dumb? I mean, [it’s] not the first thing you mention to a girl you meet. Big fan of your Instagram.”

He doesn’t let us in on the lady’s name, but it does take heat off of the beautiful celebrities he’s been linked to recently, like Lily Collins and Kate Hudson.

During the interview, Jonas also delves into an old topic – the Jonas Brothers. He discusses the history and the bitterness that happened after the breakup of the boy band. “I feel among friends uncomfortable speaking about it. It makes me feel like I’m complaining … Toward the end, there was just so much bias toward the brothers and the band.”

In fact, he even goes as far to say that he regrets it (Say it ain’t so!): “There were probably some family issues that needed to be sorted out,” he says of his former family band. “At some point I need to be able to look at it with a positive angle. It does suck that my 13- to 20-year-old years come with a lot of regret, almost, in a way.”

If you want to know more, be sure to check out Nick Jonas on Tidal to get more of his unfiltered thoughts – or head on over to his Instagram for a preview of the documentary series. And if for no other reason, tune in to see him in all his shirtless glory.

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