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Nick Jonas: I’d date Kendall

Published 20/07/2015

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Joe Jonas is trying to set his brother Nick up with Kendall Jenner, the singer claims.

The 22-year-old singer broke up with girlfriend Olivia Culpo last month after nearly two years of dating. But Nick is already being set up with the model and reality star by his older brother Joe and his new girlfriend Gigi Hadid.

“He has mentioned that a few times and so has Gigi,” he told British newspaper The Mirror. “We’ll see, I don’t know. We’ll play it by ear. I wouldn’t be opposed to it.”

Nick broke up with former Miss Universe Olivia in June and recently admitted it had been a tough few weeks. But he added to the publication that he had been seeking advice from pal Taylor Swift in the aftermath of his romance ending.

“She’s a very good friend with a lot of good opinions and an awareness of how things work, which is helpful,” he added. “It’s always good to get a girl’s perspective.”

Nick has dated a number of famous faces over the years, including Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. Meanwhile Kendall, 19, has been linked to One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles and more recently Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton.

While Nick’s love life is a bit up in the air, he’s thrilled that big brother Joe is happy with model of the moment Gigi, 20.

“Their relationship is their own thing. I'm happy to see my brother happy, it's a great thing. You love seeing your family happy,” he told E! News. “She's a great girl, and I love spending time with them together, but as far as the details of their relationship, that's on them.”

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