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Nick Jonas has come a long way from his Jonas Brothers persona.
Whether he's posing in his underwear Marky Mark style or belting out hit songs such as "Jealous," the former Disney star has completely reinvented himself. Talking to Elle magazine, Jonas opens up about life after the famous purity rings and his relationships before meeting now-girlfriend Olivia Culpo.
Participating in a Q&A with the mag, Jonas reveals that he could and "probably" has dated musicians that don't like or listen to his music. But while he doesn't name any one specific, it's hard not to wonder whether or not he's alluding to a certain ex.
"They probably wouldn't come out and say it. That would be pretty rude," he says of women not liking his music. "I think that dating other musicians can be complicated at times. Especially when they think highly of themselves."
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Hmm...could he be referring to someone?! Elle asks whether or not he's "talking about a specific musician," but Jonas claims he's not. "No. Not necessarily," he says while laughing. "But it does complicate things. That's probably why I'm no longer with those people."
His most notable ex-girlfriend is Miley Cyrus, but while he admits dating a fellow musician "complicates" things, he insists he doesn't have any regrets. But he does wish he had been a little bit older during their relationship.
"I was so young. What's unfortunate is that, as we got older, we ran in different circles," he dishes. "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."
Having been in a great relationship with Miss Universe 2012, Jonas clarifies that there is more to Culpo than just beauty. "She's just Olivia from Rhode Island. She had this incredible opportunity and she conquered that world. But it doesn't define her," he says.
"Vanity is a big misconception, or that they're not as intelligent as some people. But a lot of them are very sweet— with a real love and respect for women and for empowering women."