Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas Are an Item!
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Call it a match made in Disney heaven.
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas have coupled up, the singer/actress has confirmed.
When "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush asked the Disney star on his radio show Friday if she'd ever dated a Jonas Brother, Lovato initially played coy.
"Um, maybe," Lovato, 17, said, as Bush pried for more. "Which one? Joe?" the host asked.
Having long denied rumors of a romance with her "Camp Rock" costar, Lovato finally opened up, calling Jonas, 20, her "best friend."
"So you guys went from boyfriend-girlfriend to best friends?" Bush asked.
"No, kind of the opposite," said Lovato, who now stars on the Disney Channel series "Sonny With a Chance."
"Oh? So you're dating him now?" the host asked.
"Um, yeah he is my best friend and he is incredible," admitted the singer/actress, previously linked to Metro Station singer Trace Cyrus.
Lovato and Jonas, who toured together in 2008, recently filmed a music video for their duet "Make a Wave," to be featured in the upcoming Disney Channel movie Oceans.
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