"Regardless of some of the history between us in different ways, there's a general strength and empowerment that we all feel, still being in the mix and being in a good spot.It's a cool thing."Speaking of Miley, Nick confesses, "I don't have a relationship with her now really, but that's not because we have any bad blood—we just sort of run in different circles." Still, he's proud of Miley's musical evolution.The 15-year-old superstar said she currently isn't involved with anyone, and she likes it that way. I think it's sexy to do your own thing." Although Nick is rumored to have found love with "Wizards of Waverly Place" star Selena Gomez, Miley hasn't given up on the idea that maybe, someday, she and Nick might rekindle their love affair."Since [the breakup], I've realized that I've met so many great guys, but I like being the girl nobody can have," she added. "Maybe he'll be my best friend for the rest of my life," she speculated, "or maybe I'll end up marrying Nick Jonas! In the magazine's annual "Summer Must List" issue (on newsstands now), the 23-year-old pop star speaks candidly about his Disney Channel days.
It’s freeing now to be transparent."Billboard Music Awards 2015: Sam Smith, Nick Jonas, Hozier To Perform Jonas was remarkably candid about the purity rings -- when asked about the episode devoted to them, he said, "There was so much attention on my sex life at 15. If you were talking about a 15-year-old’s sex life or a 17-year-old’s in any other context it would be totally obscene.(Photo Credit: Getty Images) As fans remember, Nick and Miley began dating in June 2006 before calling it quits in December 2007.Back in the day, the two stars were just Disney newcomers starting out their careers.Hot 100 Chart Moves: Nick Jonas' 'Jealous' Jumps Into Top 40"Dating other musicians can be complicated at times," Jonas told the magazine."Especially when they think highly of themselves," he added, throwing some not-so-subtle shade at his famous exes Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez."There's a camaraderie there, a sort of unspoken brother- and sisterhood.