Jonas Brothers nearly confirmed that their latest hit, "Wedding Bells," is about Miley Cyrus, Nick's ex-girlfriend.
"I think she put it well. She's absolutely right ... It's just about being open and honest about the fact that your life is what you have to write about sometimes and pull from that life inspiration." Kevin Jonas to Ryan Seacrest on Monday, regarding Miley Cyrus' reaction to the song.
Miley Cyrus expressed her belief that Jonas Brother's "Wedding Bells," is pretty blatantly about her, during an interview with Ryan Seacrest. Nick Jonas penned the song and Miley Cyrus has no doubt he was expressing his sentiments about their pass relationship and her future marriage with Liam Hemsworth.
"I don't know who else is getting married. ... " Miley Cyrus said about "Wedding Bells" during the interview. "So I feel like that's pretty blatant, it's whatever. Like I said, everyone has to write songs that are about things that they felt and he even introduced that this isn't the way that I am," she continued.
"So, you can't ever hate on someone for writing about something you've been through. I think that you kind of get a fair warning when you date an artist and someone that's a writer. When you're going through things that you're going to end up hearing about it on the radio. I don't know...wedding bells are in my future, so I don't know."
The Jonas Brothers performed their new single, "Wedding Bells" for the first time early in October during their big reunion show at New York's Radio City Music Hall. Fans and the media were quick to notice that the lyrics of the song sounded like they were inspired band member by Nick Jonas' ex-girlfriend Cyrus. However, Nick, nor any of the other Jonas Brothers, have yet to reveal its inspiration.
"She says, 'Can you keep a secret/ A ceremony's set for June/ I know it's a rush, but I just love him so much/ I hope that you can meet him soon,'" Nick sings.
"We're in the process of recording a new album, which is both good and bad," Nick said.
He added that the "bad" means he had to "dive into subjects that make us uncomfortable and write about them. ... You have to write a song and apologize for it later. I don't think I've ever written a song that makes me as uncomfortable as this song does. Some things happened in the last year that affected me in that moment. ... This song is called 'Wedding Bells.'"
What's makes it even more evident is the lyrics of the song match Nick and Cyrus' dating timeline. The singer begins the song talking about a conversation he had with a mysterious girl and goes on to talk about having an off and on relationship with her.
The band also announced working on the song right after Cyrus declared her engagement to "Hunger Games" star Liam Hemsworth. The song talks about this as well in the lyrics which goes "I don't want to love, if it's not you/ I don't want to hear the wedding bells bloom/ Maybe we can try one last time/ But I don't want to hear the wedding bells chime."
Listen to the Jonas Brother's interview on Ryan Seacrest below.
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