Miley, JoBros Team Up on "Disney's Version of 'We Are the World' "

Disney stars reteam for all-star tune; friendly exes will meet this weekend for music video shoot

By Gina Serpe, Whitney English Apr 02, 2009 10:30 PMTags
Miley Cyrus, Jonas BrothersKevin Mazur/WireImage.com

The couple that stays together breaks up together is sometimes still contractually obligated to play together.

E! News has learned that Miley Cyrus is set to reteam with her ex-flame (and Mouse House coworker) Nick Jonas as part of an all-star recording session for a song called "Pass It On"—a track an inside source calls "Disney's version of 'We Are the World.' It's about kindness and passing it on."

Fellow Jonases Joe and Kevin are also among those on board for the track, which is being recorded later this week. The tune was penned by Adam Anders and Nikki Hassman, who wrote Cyrus' Hannah Montana hit "Hoedown Throwdown."

Cyrus, the JoBros and other Disney musicmakers will shoot the "Pass It On" video on Saturday.

As for those tabloid reports of a simmering feud between Miley and Nick?

"We don't hate each other," Cyrus told E! News' Ryan Seacrest today. "We really love each other. He's really cool, and I'm happy we've been able to stay friends.

"Everyone thinks that me and the Jonas Brothers have this big feud going on, and me and Nick are really close friends now. We talk all the time and he's one of my best friends."

(Originally published April 2, 2009, at 2 p.m. PT)