Nick Jonas, in His Super Bowl Ad Debut, Aims to Raise Awareness of Dexcom's Diabetes Tech

The star, who uses the product, highlights how glucose monitoring has evolved beyond pricking fingers

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Nick Jonas is no stranger to acting, having begun his career on Broadway at age 7 and recently appearing in films like Midway and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

This Sunday, he will appear on one of the world’s largest stages: a Super Bowl ad that will be seen by more than 100 million people.

Best known as a member of the Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas is also one of the globe’s most high-profile personalities with Type 1 diabetes, which played a central role in his decision to star in an ad for the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring Service.

As a user of the device, Jonas explains in the ad how—despite advances in most aspects of consumer technology—millions of people with diabetes still prick their fingers to monitor their glucose levels.



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