There doesn't seem to be any bitterness on Nick Jonas' end when it comes to his breakup with Olivia Culpo.
The hunky singer broke his silence regarding the shocking split during an exclusive interview with E! News, telling us, "I wish the best for her in the future and we had a great two years."
And while a number of Nick admirers are probably already plotting ways of stealing this cutie's heart now that he's back on the market, Jonas tells us that he's not exactly in any rush to get into another relationship with anyone any time soon.
"I don't know, it's too early. I'm focused on my work and that, to me, is the priority right now."
It's no secret that Nick has been one busy fella. From preparing to go on tour to starring in Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens to his Kingdom TV series getting picked up again, this 22-year-old has his hands full.
Not to mention Jonas juggles it all while having Type 1 Diabetes and using his continuous glucose monitor, but the handsome star explains, "I made a commitment to myself when I was first diagnosed that I wouldn't let it slow me down. It's been about just managing it every day and finding tools that make it easier."
His busy schedule may also have something to do with the young couple's decision to part ways.
"This has been a sensitive matter and both of them still love and care about each other and only want the best for one another," an insider told E! News at the time. "The long distance and ups and downs have been weighing on the two of them lately and it has not been easy but they know this is the best decision for them at this time."
Following the breakup, the 23-year-old Miss Universe 2012 winner posted cryptic, melancholy messages on Instagram and Twitter. "Your heart just breaks, that's all," she wrote, alongside a photo of a sunset and palm trees. "Heartbreak is hard but you find more and more things to be grateful for every day."
"One of those things is all of you," she continued. "Thank you all. Yes I'm going to be okay and I love u guys so so much. Every day is a blessing."