Kevin Jonas Disses Selena Gomez on Watch What Happens Live
It looks like Kevin Jonas may have thrown some shade at pop diva Selena Gomez.
The eldest Jonas brother and star of E!'s Married to Jonas stopped by Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night and played Plead The Fifth, a game where Andy Cohen asks a series of questions only one of which the guest can avoid answering — and he didn't exactly choose wisely.
Kevin answered fluff questions like which of his brothers was his favorite and which was cuter (Nick was the favorite and Joe was the cuter, though both vary from day to day). Trouble emerged when he was asked which of his brothers' ex-girlfriends are his least favorite, and he chose to Plead the Fifth.
This obligated him to answer the next question — no matter what. His final question was, "Who do you think is the most overrated pop star out right now." Oops!
Andy tried to offer up suggestions like Demi Lovato, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Psy, but Kevin struggled to make a choice. Then it happened.
"Did you watch the MTV ... No, no, I'm not going there," Kevin started.
Selena, the ex-girlfriend of Nick Jonas, was among the performers at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, where she performed her new single "Come and Get It."
The former Disney starlet, who has gotten a lot of backlash for wearing a sparkly bindi at the event and for possible lip syncing, is most likely who Kevin was referring to, especially since the list of performers was very short and he surely wasn't talking about Macklemore and Ryan Lewis or the Pitch Perfect cast.
It didn't take long for Kevin to start backtracking. "With music, it's fickle ... I think some people should stick to movies, some people should do music so ... Man, this is so hard because I feel like I'm going to get so much backlash," he said.
Andy stepped in to offer up yet another suggestion: One Direction. Kevin quickly shot that down, saying that they are great and hinting that it was a person, not a group.
Eventually, Kevin wimped out and threw Psy's name out there, saying that it is a possible one-hit wonder situation.