Nick Jonas Signs On For Two More Weeks Of 'Les Miserables'

Nick Jonas is seen leaving the GMTV studios in London, England on June 30, 2010 Nick Jonas is seen leaving the GMTV studios in London, England on June 30, 2010

It looks like Nick Jonas will be extending his stay in London.

The JoBro’s run as Marius in Cameron Macintosh’s stage production of “Les Miserable” in London’s West End has been extended for an additional two weeks, Nick Tweeted on Tuesday.

“So Cameron and his team were kind enough to let me stay an additional 2 weeks here in London to do Les Miz,” he wrote.

The highly anticipated “Camp Rock” tour, which was scheduled to start on July 27 in Dallas, had pushed its start date back two weeks, allowing Nick to tweak his stage availability. The JoBros’ tour has added a handful of North American dates to the revised schedule to include performances in Boston, Mass., Jones Beach, N.Y., and Toronto, Ontario among others.

Joe Jonas showed his support via Twitter in response to his brother and band-mate’s Tweet regarding the two-week extension of his Broadway career.

“So happy for you.. You are meant to play that role!” Joe Tweeted.

The Jonas Brothers 2010 World Tour/Camp Rock 2 Tour — which will also feature Demi Lovato — is scheduled to kick off at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Chicago, Ill., on August 7.

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