Ahead of the release of her You Tube documentary, Simply Complicated, the “Confident” singer, 25, shared a video to You Tube on Tuesday, October 10, in which she and two friends look back on videos from her past.
After watching adorable clips from a young Lovato competing in 2000’s Texas State Cinderella Pageant, the screen began to play footage from 2008’s Camp Rock. In real life.” Lovato and Jonas dated briefly in 2010, after filming the movie’s sequel, Camp Rock 2.
, the 26-year-old singer opened up about Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and Gigi Hadid.
"I'll marry Demi, because she's a friend," he said while playing the game.
He knows it all and he's speculated to be the inspiration behind two of her songs on her new record, before her album dropped, Demi talked about her song, "Ruin The Friendship" and said, "I was frustrated with a certain situation and I was like, 'You know what, I'm just going to write about it.' And so I did, and sent [the songs] to that person, and that was... Anytime you send a song about the person, to the person—it's ballsy. And then it turned out that person had written a song about me, and we exchanged songs." It's important to note that the song references cigars, something Nick loves, and a strong friendship with this one person that she wants to make a romantic connection.
The fact that she said this person, who we assume is Nick, wrote a song about her makes us wonder how he got to this point.
They have grown up together and that is usually the strongest foundation for a lasting relationship.
"Even though you are on tour with her they still ask you to keep a comfortable distance." WATCH: Joe Jonas and Ashley Graham Make Out on the Set of His New Music Video Jonas said when the tour was ending, he went for it.
"On the last day, I just went in there and gave her the biggest hug," he said.
She and Nick always seem to have an incredibly strong friendship and connection.
Not to mention he has been with her through it all – her ups and her downs battling addiction, and getting a handle on her bipolar and eating disorders. '…They knew [about my feelings], but neither of us had acknowledged [them] before.