Pop legend shocks fans as they reveal they pooed themself while performing on stage | The Sun

POP star Joe Jonas has opened up about the horrific moment he accidentally pooed himself on stage.

Joe, 33, revealed how one of his shows got off to a stinky start four years ago – and he was dressed in white.

The dad-of-two shared: "I was with a few friends yesterday, and we were just talking about there is a point in your life as an adult where you can remember the last time you s**t your pants.

"Let’s just say it was a bad day to wear white clothing."

Joe didn't hold back on the gory details, adding: "I think it might’ve been a little toot, might’ve been something else, something a little extra.

"It was a light one, not a full."


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Joe said his backstage production team flew into action and called for a "mid-wardrobe s**t change during the set."

And thankfully it worked, as nobody noticed his major mishap.

Joe explained on KIIS FM’s Will and Woody radio show: "The whole time, I thought that somebody was going to be able to see this and know what is happening, but it was all in my head.

"It wasn’t as big of a deal as I thought. Such is life. It has happened to many artists. I’ve paid my dues, and I feel like I’m a part of some secret club now."

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Joe is married to Brit actress Sophie Turner.

He has been performing with his siblings Nick and Kevin in the Jonas Brothers since 2005.

The star recently entertained fans by delivering a brutal review of Britain's beloved Wetherspoons pubs.

When questioned about his experience in the boozer, his honest review proved controversial.

He said on Heart Radio in April: "Uhm, I liked other places, let's just say it wouldn't be my first go-to.

"Uhm, yeah but you know, for us growing up when we were touring in the States we were too young to of and have a pint after the show and kick it with our friends so we would go to the only place open late which was a Waffle House.

"They serve breakfast items all day and we would sit there and talk and it became more of this safe place for us, so there's other places like that for anyone in the world."

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