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Nick Jonas: 'Demi, I need to tell you something...'

Published 09/09/2015

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas is a firm believer in aliens.

The musicians are close friends, with Demi previously dating Nick's brother Joe.

They even have similar interests, with both stars fascinated by the supernatural - but there are limits for the handsome star.

"Yeah, she and I have talked about this a lot. I am on board," Nick told talk show host Seth Meyers when he brought up the fact that Demi believes in aliens. "So when I was 14 maybe, I was in my backyard playing basketball with some friends, and I looked up in the sky and there was three flying saucers. This is Hollywood, so everyone was like, 'It's a movie, it's a movie set,' and I was convinced it was real. I looked up online and there was three identical sightings in other states. So I am a firm believer in aliens and extraterrestrial life.

"[But] I think I'm gonna have to talk to [Demi] about that," he laughed when told she thinks mermaids are real.

Seth branded the idea of mermaids bulls**t, joking that if Nick ever saw three mermaids in the sky he should go straight into the studio and write a "sweet groove".

The 22-year-old is enjoying a career high at the moment, with singles Jealous, Chains and Levels all doing well in the charts.

But it's his latest tune Area Code that has got people talking; as many believe it makes reference to his ex Selena Gomez's tune Good For You.

Some of the lyrics read, 'You say I never been good for you / You can’t deny I gave it good to you', with many fans speculating it's aimed at Selena. The pair briefly dated in 2008 and sent the rumour mill into a spin earlier this year when spotted out for dinner together, but Nick insists they were simply catching up.

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