Jason Derulo Height

I think it's important, as a human being, to help others.

American singer and songwriter Jason Derulo is known for his singles such as "Wiggle", "Want to Want Me", "Trumpets", "It Girl", "In My Head", and "Whatcha Say", etc.

About Jason Derulo's real height

Is Jason Derulo tall? Well yes, he once claimed to be 6 feet 1 inch tall on his Instagram page.

But is he really that tall? We had our doubts about it.

Therefore we took a careful look at him and compared his height to that of a few celebrities like Nick Cannon (5'10½"), Jimmy Fallon (5'11½"), Will Smith (6'1½"), etc, and now we think that Jason does look quite a bit shorter than his claimed height.

Perhaps he measured his height with shoes still on -- as is the case with most people.

The real height of Jason DeRulo is

5 ft 10½ in (179 cm)

Jason Derulo standing with Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars
Jason Derulo with Taylor Swift (5'9½") and Bruno Mars (5'4")

Here is some more Jason Derulo quotes.

On traveling.

I've been traveling the world and experiencing different places, and you always discover new things.

On working hard.

I just really want to continue on the same intensity of work ethic, I don't want to slow now. I'm 21 years old and I feel like this era and a few years to come are my prime years, so I want to utilize them.

On Jesus.

I know that all things are possible through Jesus Christ.

On keep pushing forward.

If you think you've already made it, that's when you can fall short and go backward. I'm constantly pushing forward and chasing the element of perfection.

On his mom.

I want somebody like my mom. My mom is a very charitable woman. She's the sweetest woman in the world. I'm looking for the second sweetest woman in the world. I'm looking for honesty and a big heart.

On gay men.

Gay women are lesbians, and gay men are what? They deserve an identifier, like 'kissboys.'

On being complacent.

I think the biggest challenge is to continue on the same path. I think it's easy to become complacent from the success you've had.

On songwriting.

Songwriting is a muscle. The more you do it, the better you get at it.

On the "Tip Toe" beat.

No matter what language you speak, music can relate to you in some way, and when that 'Tip Toe' beat drops, it can instantly do something to you. It has the power to move you.