Kevin Jonas of Jonas Brothers Reveals He Had Skin Cancer Surgery

Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas of The Jonas Brothers at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Oceans' held at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, USA on April 17, 2010.

Famous singer and one of the three Jonas Brothers Kevin Jonas recently revealed to fans that the boy band singer underwent surgery to remove skin cancer. Jonas revealed his diagnosis and documented the procedure in an Instagram post, as well as warning fans to get checked regularly for cancer themselves. 

Kevin Jonas, who is the lead guitarist for the hit boy band documented his recent diagnosis in an Instagram post with a caption that read as a friendly reminder for his fans to get their “moles” checked for any cancerous activity. In the Instagram video, Jonas appears to be in a doctor’s office where he documents to fans that he was having a basal-cell carcinoma removed from the singer’s head. In the video, Jonas points the camera to his forehead where fans can see a tiny skin mole that Jonas admits is cancerous and needs to be removed from his skin. 

Later, Jonas updated his fans with a post-operation video on Instagram, revealing the operated part of his forehead following the procedure. In the video, Jonas uses an emoji to cover up the graphic part of his skin where the surgery was performed to follow Instagram’s video policy guidelines. Jonas concludes the video by stating that his procedure was successful and that it is time to heal as well as continuing to urge fans to get their skin checked for cancer growth. 

Basal Cell carcinoma is the most common type of cancer as well as the most common type of skin cancer, with an average of 4 million reported cases each year in the U.S. Basal Cell carcinoma is a skiing formation that causes a lump or lesion on the outside layer of skin that are exposed to sunlight the most, according to the Cleveland Clinic. 

Jonas, who is 36, is scheduled to host the upcoming season of the new ABC show Claim To Fame, alongside his brother Frankie.