Watch Miley Cyrus Ask the Jonas Brothers How It Really Felt Taking Off Their Purity Rings

The brothers famously wore the headline-making bands early on in their careers.

By Samantha Schnurr May 29, 2019 7:29 PMTags
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It's been a long time since the Jonas Brothers sported purity rings, but that doesn't mean we've forgotten about them. 

As fans can easily recall, the former Disney stars donned the bands early in their career together, a symbol of, as Joe put it to Details, "promises to ourselves and to God that we'll stay pure till marriage." However, by 2014, Nick had confirmed he was no longer wearing the ring while Joe revealed he lost his virginity at 20. Meanwhile, Kevin married wife Danielle Jonas in 2009.

Needless to say, those purity ring days are over, but Miley Cyrus reminded the men of them when she posed this question to the trio during an interview on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp

"Did it feel so good taking off your purity ring and did it feel so good taking off your purity ring—you know what I'm saying?" she posed to the siblings. "Um yeah?!" Joe replied simply. 

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These days, the brothers are all wearing wedding bands as Nick wed Priyanka Chopra late last year and Joe shocked fans when he and Sophie Turner unexpectedly tied the knot in Las Vegas at the start of May. 

"It was lit," Joe said during the interview. 

As for Diplo, who broke the news to the public when he shared footage of the ceremony to his Instagram Story, the star laughed it off.

"I love Diplo, but he loves his 'gram more than a 13 year old. He posts every 5 seconds," Joe said. "We just laughed. We loved it. We thought it was ridiculous."

But, do the newlyweds have time for a honeymoon? "We've got plans that we'll be hush-hush about," he answered coyly, perhaps in reference to a reported second wedding in France this summer. "We'll make time for that," he assured.