Proof Miley Cyrus Inspired the Jonas Brothers ‘Wedding Bells’ Song

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on October 15, 2012 0 Comments

Back when Miley Cyrus was still Hannah Montana, she dated Nick Jonas of the hit boy band the Jonas Brothers. After two years, the couple split, but Miley maintained that they were still friends. They even got back together for a short while before she met Liam Hemsworth and, ultimately, engaged to him.

Since that was a few years ago, Nick should be over it, right? Maybe not. It looks like he may have pulled a Taylor Swift and used his ex as inspiration for the new song Wedding Bells.

It seems crazy to think that the song could be about the former Disney darling, but MTV has pointed out one clue in particular that give leverage to the rumor. Besides the line referencing a ceremony in June (did he just give away Miley’s wedding date?!), he also talks about an on and off relationship with the girl in the song. While both of those can easily apply to Miley, it is the anniversary line that seems to give it away.

The song says that the singer’s anniversary with the girl is “eleven nights into June.” Interestingly, this is the same day that Miley wrote about in her autobiography in the part that she talked about meeting her Prince Charming.

Miley’s words read, “I remember the exact date, June 11, 2006. It was the day I met my first love.”

So, is Nick Jonas still pining for his old flame or did he use the relationship merely as inspiration? Of course, the two were very young when they started dating and were probably each other’s first loves. If people are to be believed, you never get over your first love. There is a chance that a part of Nick Jonas will always care for Miley Cyrus, but is he really hoping that the wedding bells won’t chime for her and Liam Hemsworth?

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