Nick Jonas did not hold back in his interview with ELLE, discussing all of our favorite topics, like people having sex to his music and his relationship with Miley Cyrus.

Because the poor guy basically can't do an interview without someone asking him about losing his virginity and people gettin' it on to his music, he revealed the one thing that he would change about his first time — and what it is about "Jealous" that makes people want to get down.

"That's a tough one. I think I would change the song," Nick admitted about the soundtrack to his de-virginization. "I don't want to say what song it was, but it was depressing. My iPod was on shuffle. It was a bad draw."

Reiterating the fact that he has never had sex to his own music ("That's a no-fly zone! It's so awkward") he does "think about how many people have had sex to my music. And how many babies have been made to 'Jealous.' It's got a good tempo for sex," he said, laughing. "They should be naming their babies Nick or Nicole. I'm joking."

Riding full-speed-ahead on the honesty train, Nick also reflected on his past relationship with Miley.

"I was so young. What's unfortunate is that, as we got older, we ran in different circles," he said. "We've always had respect and wished the best for each other. I don't know that I have any regrets. It's more gratitude for having had a good friend in a time of craziness in my life and in hers." Such a gentlemanly response!

In what was perhaps the most intriguing question of all, Nick was also up front when the magazine asked him how it feels to be objectified in the media, thanks to his newfound sex-symbol image.

"For me, it's not so much feeling objectified but more a pressure to maintain a certain look," he revealed. "I've had a lot of friends — women in the business — that have talked to me about that. For the first time in my life, I can kind of relate."

Celebs Discuss Losing Their Virginities