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Kevin Jonas says opposites attract

Published 21/05/2013

Kevin Jonas and Danielle Deleasa
Kevin Jonas and Danielle Deleasa

Kevin Jonas says it "bites him in the butt" that he's so much messier than his wife.

The Jonas Brothers star wed the former hairdresser in 2009 and they have their own reality TV show, Married to Jonas.

Despite being very much in love, the couple do have disagreements when it comes to keeping the house tidy.

"It's funny because both of us are pretty much the opposite," he smiled to the British edition of OK! magazine.

"I'm very messy so sometimes that bites me in the butt because she's extremely organised and clean, so it definitely takes a toll, but it's nice having that person with you. You start to realise how nice and clean everything is all the time."

Having their own TV show means the couple's every move is documented for their fans.

Sometimes, looking back over disputes can be tough for the singer.

"The other night we had an argument. Sometimes you say things you don't necessarily mean or it's misconstrued," he admitted.

"All you want is for the person to be with you. It came across as me never wanting her to get a job and that I think her place is in the house, and that wasn't my opinion at all."

With Kevin's busy schedule, it can be difficult for the pair to spend time together.

The lovebirds grab every opportunity for romantic dates.

"Anytime we can be together is important and anything fun or unique we haven't done in a while is always nice," he revealed.

"Going for dinner is always a plus or going to a movie or bowling."

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