Joe Jonas, Shawn Mendes, and More Talk Jingle Ball 2016
December 12, 2016 - Jonas Brothers
We held adult with a stars backstage during a annual holiday unison in Boston.
Ariana Grande, Joe Jonas, and some-more stars took over a TD Garden on Sunday for Kiss 108’s annual Jingle Ball concert.
A cold and dull night in Boston couldn’t stop thousands of screaming fans from display adult to this year’s sold-out show, that also featured performances by Shawn Mendes, Tove Lo, Diplo, Alessia Cara, Daya, Ellie Goulding, and former One Direction member Niall Horan.
Jonas, who achieved with his rope DNCE, told Boston repository backstage after his set that he was only as pumped adult by a holiday unison as a fans, that explains because he ran into a throng and climbed a locus during his performance.
“It was great,” Jonas said. “We feed off of a appetite of a throng always, and tonight they brought it.”
Although a former Jonas Brothers member is a outrageous Knicks fan, he didn’t move any bad blood with him while behaving in a home of a Celtics.
“We’ve played here a integrate of times and we’ve met some of a Celtics players,” Jonas said. “I’m a fan of sports. we got my teams, yet ultimately, we like to watch when we can.”
The song heartthrob and New York sports fan did admit, though, that he’s gripping his “fingers crossed” for a Giants and Patriots rematch in a Super Bowl. Following a show, Jonas cheered on his group while munching on sushi with his DNCE organisation as good as his partner and Game of Thrones star Sophia Turner during Empire.
As for a evening’s other large stars, Mendes common Jonas’ enthusiasm, observant that he was vehement to once again perform in front of a Boston crowd.
“[I’m] thrilled! we wasn’t here final year so I’m unequivocally happy to be means to come here this year,” Mendes said. “They are one of a loudest crowds and are so, so vehement out there.”
One of a many outspoken stars during a concert’s red runner was up-and-coming Canadian thespian Alessia Cara. The 20-year-old praised Jingle Ball for putting together a lineup of absolute womanlike artists.
“I consider a lot of a womanlike artists, if not all of them on this lineup, are feminists themselves and outspoken in what they do,” Cara said. “It’s only good to be detached of that and it’s good to be detached of women being empowered.”
While she’s undone by how a media infrequently twists her difference when it comes to her thoughts on issues like feminism, that hasn’t dissuaded her from wanting to pronounce out.
“There is no approach of looking, there is no approach of being,” Cara said. “You should never have to apologize for simply existent and being you. That’s what I’m going to continue to hopefully try to get out there.”
Check out some-more highlights from this year’s uncover below.
Ariana Grande brought some holiday hearten to a Garden.
Niall Horan serenaded a throng during a special guest appearance.
Tove Lo rocked out on stage.
Daya kicked things off with an enterprising performance.
Ellie Goulding was a evening’s second special guest.
Diplo brought a residence down with his pyrotechnics filled set.