Nick Jonas Named Music Curator for Miss America 2016
Nick Jonas can tick off another entry on his bucket list. The pop star has been tapped as the official music curator for the upcoming broadcast of the 2016 Miss America Competition.
The JoBro will have the job of personally selecting the music that will accompany the swimsuit and evening gown competitions, according to organizers Miss America Organization, dick clark productions and ABC. He’ll also provide commentary throughout the night on his music selections and why he went with each song.
The 95th edition of the Miss America Competition returns to Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall on Sept. 13 and will be broadcast on the ABC Television Network.
Jonas, who will perform his new single “Levels” at the upcoming 2015 MTV VMAs pre show, joins previously announced Miss America host Chris Harrison and celebrity judges Brett Eldredge, Taya Kyle, Kevin O’Leary, Amy Purdy and Zendaya. Other celebs will be announced in the coming weeks.
Fifty-two women representing their home states and territories will be competing in the pageant; get more information at MissAmerica.org