WATCH: Nick Jonas gets naked and freezing wet in new season of ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls’

Nick Jonas and Bear Grylls endure dangerously low temperatures

Nick Jonas opened the third season of ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls’ naked but the scene ain’t hot at all — literally.

The 23-year-old was jumping into icy waters to swim to the other side of a frozen lake with the show host. (Erm, why didn’t they try walking around that pool of water? We aren’t complaining though.)

To make a smooth swim, the two stripped down to their underwear before sliding in the waters, exposing themselves to possibly life-threatening cold temperatures.

We see Jonas spotting a black Calvin Klein underwear, which is a smart choice, though fans might have preferred it to be a pair of whites.

Jonas made his way through the waters with his baggage as a floating aid, while making pained pants and grunts.

“We can do this. We got this,’ Jonas said to motivate himself and his partner. ‘It’s all us, baby! Let’s go!’

When on land, the two quickly tried put on some clothes. However, Jonas revealed that he’s losing circulation to his feet because of the cold.

The situation was made even more urgent as the singer has Type 1 diabetes.

To save him, Grylls tried to warm his feet in his armpits.

‘It’s the warmest part of the body,’ the host said. ‘Well, second warmest, but I wasn’t going to subject Nick to that after that ice swim.’

Watch the chilling attempt here:

 

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