Priyanka Chopra explains why her music career 'lasted two seconds'

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas has opened up on her time in the music industry.

The actress, who started out in the Indian film industry before making her transition into Hollywood, also had a very short lived music career where she released a few singles and collaborated with artists like Pitbull and Will.I.Am.

In a recent interview with People while promoting her new popcorn flavour (Mumbai Nights), she opened up on what it’s like to be a "tour wife" to musician Nick Jonas and revealed why her own music career "lasted two seconds".

priyanka chopra jonas and nick jonas at the star ceremony where the jonas brothers are honored with a star on the hollywood walk of fame on january 30, 2023 in los angeles, california photo by michael bucknervariety via getty images
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"[It's] insane what musicians do. I don't know how they do it… tour life is really crazy. It's so hectic. You have late nights, early mornings, you're travelling to a different city every day and you do it for three months," Chopra said.

"That's why my music career lasted two seconds," she joked. "I was not meant to do that. This rockstar life is... I admire it tremendously. It's definitely not for the weak-hearted."

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The actress added that even though her music career was short-lived, she loves being a "tour wife" to her Jonas Brothers husband and looks forward to their next tour.

"The tour wife thing, it was the first time I was doing it for the Happiness Begins Tour and it was fun. I love, love, love them on stage. They're an incredible experience when you watch them live and I don't get enough of it," she said.

Currently, the actress is gearing up for her new rom-com Love Again and the new spy thriller series Citadel with Richard Madden.

Citadel premieres on Prime Video on Friday, April 28.

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