Nick Jonas' shocking transformation in 10 pics

Cape Town - Uhm, so when did Nick Jonas grow into this hunk of a man? It's almost like it happened without us even noticing. One day he was part of an annoying boy band and the next he was...well...a Greek god with arms the size of boulders.

So we did some digging in the archives and found 10 photos that best capture the Nick Jonas' transformation from bleak little boy to bronzed bodybuilder.

1) Remember 2006 when Nick was just a kiddo. And we didn't really notice the little guy in the Jonas Brother band.

2) In 2007 we noticed that Nick had a good head of hair. We also found out that he is of Italian (from a great-grandfather), German, English, Irish, Scottish, Cherokee, and French-Canadian descent. And we were like; "Ah, cute". But we didn't really care and we went on with our lives.

3) In 2010 Nick put on a suit and for the first time ever we were like; "Wow, that Jonas kid kinda looks good in a suit". But we didn't think about it too much and sort of just went on with our lives.

4) But in 2012 something caught our eye. Nick shaved off his curly boyish locks and a hunk of a man appeared on the red carpet. All of a sudden it was clear that he had some Italian and Cherokee blood pumping in his veins:

5) In 2013 we saw this:

6) And then we saw this:

7) And then we were like; "OMG have you seen his arms?!"

8) We mean really now!!! Look at his arms!!

9) We love the Jonas Brothers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wish we could be that tattoo in Nick's arm. So cute!! LOLs! ;)

10) Ah!!!! Jonas Brother mega fans!!!! We heart Nick 4 eva!!!

(Always remember that this is just another list of things and has no global importance.)

- Getty Images/Instagram

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