Meghan Trainor Is Dating Nick Jonas' Assistant—Get the Details!

They have been a couple since November

By Francesca Bacardi Jan 05, 2015 9:16 PMTags
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It looks like we have another celebrity couple on our hands!

E! News can exclusively reveal that Meghan Trainor and Nick Jonas' assistant, Cory Andersen, are starting to become an item! A source tells E! News that the "All About That Bass" singer and Andersen have been seeing one another since November! (E! News reached out to both parties' reps, but they haven't responded.)

"They are 100 percent courting," the source says. "Dating might be a strong word to use, but they are definitely seeing each other."

According to the source, the "Lips Are Movin'" crooner attended an event with the celeb manager in November where they "definitely" looked like they were an item.

"She was at an event with him back in November at Philymack studios that Nick Jonas performed at. They weren't super PDA but definitely together."


A source also tells us that Trainor and Andersen spent "a lot of time together" on the Jingle Ball tour, and he recently Instagrammed a pic of himself giving her a big kiss on the cheek! He captioned the pic, "Every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top," which fans will recognize is a lyric from her hit song. He also changed his Facebook relationship to "in a relationship," so you know it's official! 

Trainor previously opened up to E! News about what she looks for in a boyfriend, telling Giuliana Rancic and Terrence Jenkins the qualities that make her swoon. She said she loves to "cuddle [and] make music." "You can make music or not, that's fine, whatever," Trainor dished, adding, "But also be real cool and make me laugh. That's it. That's all you gotta do."

Of course, the very talented singer said she would perform for her lucky beau.

"I'll like write them songs too—nice ones," she gushed. "It would be like really cool and cute and adorable."

Is she taking the Taylor Swift route? Hopefully they'll be happy songs!

—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua and Sara Kitnick