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The youngest Jonas brother has gone viral for his performance at the Grammys, but not for the reasons you think.


Stars....they're just like us.

Even they do silly things, like get food stuck in their teeth. Except that kind of stuff gets broadcasted to millions of people.

This is what happened to Nick Jonas at the Grammys this past week.

And fans were pretty quick to notice.

The Jonas Brothers' youngest member was onstage performing the band's latest single, "What a Man Gotta Do", alongside his brothers, Joe and Kevin Jonas. But something seemed a little off about Nick.

Turns out, there was a piece of what looked like spinach stuck in his teeth. And thanks to modern technology, it was pretty noticeable to those who were watching.

Of course, the viewers took to Twitter to share their discovery, not holding back on their teasing.









Jo Bros fans jumped to Nick's defense, saying that he is indeed, only human.







Whether or not people found this unconventional critique funny, Nick made sure to respond with a sense of humor.

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