Joe Jonas wants to play Daniel Craig's onscreen lover

2016-11-29 22:00

Los Angeles - Joe Jonas would love to play Daniel Craig's lover onscreen. 

The DNCE frontman admitted that if he were to follow in his younger brother Nick Jonas' footsteps and play a gay character, like Nick does on the TV show Kingdom, he would want the James Bond actor as his love interest. 

When asked by "If you ever followed in your brother Nick's footsteps and played gay, who's on your shortlist of male romantic interests?," Joe replied: "I'd say for sure Daniel Craig. I think Matthew McConaughey is a hunk of a man. I'd have to go with George Clooney. Older, mature men."

Joe - who is reportedly dating Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner - also revealed that people often think he is gay and he takes it as a huge compliment.

He said: "I don't have an issue with it. I think it's a compliment. I have a lot of gay fans. It's not like it bothers me. Some people handle it differently, but at the end of the day, I'm cool with it and think it's kind of funny. You have to learn to laugh; people are gonna create a story out of anything.

"You know, it's probably because I'm in touch with my feminine side. Look, I love fashion; I love to dress well. I love certain things like that. And I have a lot of gay friends, as well, so that could probably point them in that direction. But again, the gay community is something that is close to my heart, so I don't mind. Hey, if they wanna think I'm gay, it's fun."

Joe, 27, has a number of gay fans, who love to send him naked pictures via Direct Message on Twitter.

He explained: "It's all over the map, from selfies to you-know-what. It's funny, too, because you can't really tell what people are sending because everything now is blurred out, and I like to read some of the DMs and hear stories. But, of course, sometimes there are crazy ones, and it's just straight nudity. You have to just find something good in it - or laugh, depending on what it is."

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