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Nick Jonas: 'Bill Murray gives good love advice'

Published 24/04/2016

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Pop star Nick Jonas feels no guilt at doing better in his career than his brothers, Kevin and Joe.

Singer Nick Jonas stands by a Bill Murray quote when it comes to his love life - there's no need to rush it.

The pop star is currently single after splitting from model ex Olivia Culpo in 2015, and has recently been romantically linked to A-listers like Kate Hudson and Lorde.

When quizzed on his future relationship hopes, the 23-year-old admits he relies on pearls of wisdom from veteran actor Bill.

"I read a quote by Bill Murray where he said: 'If you feel like you've found the one, your first thought shouldn't be about a ring and marriage, it should be about seeing the world with that person and having amazing memories,'" Nick told Britain's Now magazine. "That sounds like the ideal situation to me."

Until his dream woman makes herself known, Nick is keeping himself busy with his solo music career and acting projects. He rose to fame in band Jonas Brothers alongside his family Kevin, 28, and Joe, 26, and while they're also pursuing personal projects since the group's demise in 2013, Nick currently seems to be in the limelight a lot more than his siblings.

"No, there's no guilt, especially now that Joe's band (DNCE) is doing very well," Nick reasoned when asked if he feels bad that his stardom is booming compared to his brothers'. "I think they're going to have a big hit here (in the U.K.), too. It was an important journey for Joe to go on and he learnt a lot about himself."

The handsome star was then asked who he thinks would win in an imaginary boxing match between the siblings. As he plays a fighter in TV show Kingdom, Nick quipped: "I'd definitely win."

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