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Joe Jonas: 'I'm not ready for a serious romance'

Published 06/08/2016

Joe Jonas
Joe Jonas

The musician's career is more fulfilling than matters of the heart right now

Joe Jonas is hoping to stay single for a while after a string of heartbreaks.

The DNCE singer, who famously dated both Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato in his youth, is still recovering from his 2015 split from supermodel Gigi Hadid, who dumped him to date pop star Zayn Malik.

Since breaking up with Gigi, Joe has been having fun casually dating, but he is not planning to fall in love and settle down anytime soon.

“I’m dating, but nothing serious," he tells Us Weekly magazine. "I’m really trying to just focus on myself and the music. Overall, I’m doing me right now and I think that’s important.”

Joe, who has also dated Ashley Greene and Camilla Belle, admits his older brother Kevin Jonas, who is expecting his second daughter with wife Danielle, has put him off a serious relationship.

“I just watch my brother and the bags under his eyes for the last year - him and his wife - and I’m like, ‘You know what? I don’t think I’m there yet,'" he states, before noting the right lady has not yet arrived.

Joe has a lot going on for him professionally at the moment, as his band DNCE are preparing to release their debut album.

“We’re going to be releasing an album in October (16),” he reveals. “The album’s done now. We had about a year to work on it.

"Usually you have, like, a few months to crank out an album, and we had this year to evolve as a band and really create something that we’re really proud of.”

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