Joe Jonas pretty much threw his ex Demi Lovato under the bus in his revealing New Yorker essay about his time in the Jonas Brothers. (For those unaware, he said she and Miley Cyrus convinced him to smoke weed, despite them being 14 or 15 and him being 17 or 18 at the time, and that he only dated Lovato in order to "save" her from her issues.) And now Lovato is speaking out about it.
Joe Jonas penned an essay where he discussed -- at length -- his feelings about and experiences with his former employer Disney and the reasons that he and the Jonas Brothers parted ways with the conglomerate. A fellow Disney alum has taken Jonas to task for his comments.
Jonas Brothers fans were shocked and bummed when they cancelled their tour, citing a "deep rift within the band." While that explanation sounds shady, it may be a euphemism for a bigger problem: Joe Jonas is rumored to be dealing with addiction issues.
None of the mystique surrounding Lorde was shattered on Friday (Oct. 4) when the New Zealand-born singer, 16, performed her smash hit 'Royals' on 'Good Morning America.' She continues to intrigue us, even as boy bander Joe Jonas hurled a diss her way.
It's ancient history at this point, but we all remember that Joe Jonas dumped Taylor Swift in 2008, before she was a huge superstar and while the Jonas Brothers were at the apex of their fame. The tables have turned, and now Swift is the biggest artist in pop music, far surpassing the Jo Bros' fame. While we'd like to think that Joe Jo might wish he could get those 27 seconds in which he broke up with Swift back and thus alter the course of their lives, he sorta dissed T. Swizzle … again.
Serial model and actress dater Joe Jonas celebrated his 24th b-day last week (Aug. 15) and he admitted that his birthdays have less impact now that he's getting older. With Father Time catching up to the hunk who dates hotties like it's his job, Joe Jo is more interested in helping his little brother Nick Jonas wet his whistle for his 21st birthday this year.
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