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A very dapper Joe Jonas
stepped out Thursday night but remained tight-lipped about the drama
surrounding the staggeringly successful band he built with his brothers.
When asked about the Jonas Brothers, who've canceled their tour
due to a "deep rift within the band" and deleted the group's Twitter account amid buzz they're not getting along, Jonas, 24, replied: "I'm not going to talk about that right now."
However, Jonas, who was attending the inaugural gala for the new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Gala in Beverly Hills, did offer a hint at what the future holds.
"I think acting would be fun," he said. "I would like to [get into that]."
He also confirmed that he's working as a producer but declined to say with which musical acts.
"I don't really go out that much in L.A. – a bit more in New York," he said when asked about his social life, before adding of the event, "I'm not really sure what I'm in for, but I'm very excited."
Reporting by MIA MCNIECE