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Joe Jonas Denies Camp Rock Romance Rumors

Joe Jonas may be a heartthrob to millions of fans, but the teen phenom denies that he has been anything but just friends with Camp Rock costar Demi Lovato.In an interview with E!, Joe insists the rumor is "Not true," speculating, "I think if anything [it's] probably just because I'm her costar."Nick Jonas, meanwhile, is also all denial, regarding suggestions that he was the inspiration for Miley Cyrus' "7 Things," in which she details seven things she hates about an ex, and calls the ex's friends "jerks."Although Nick is said to be an ex-BF of Miss Cyrus, he responds, "I heard about that rumor. Can't be about me right?" He adds that none of his friends are "jerks" — so obviously the song isn't about him. And thus, Jonas-brand earnestness strikes again.What's your take? Buy the rumors? Or the denials (chastity rings notwithstanding)? — Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to Rock out.Keep Rocking Out:• Disney Channel Is Ready to Rock Some More• Read and discuss R...

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Joe Jonas may be a heartthrob to millions of fans, but the teen phenom denies that he has been anything but just friends with Camp Rock costar Demi Lovato. In an interview with E!, Joe insists the rumor is "Not true," speculating, "I think if anything [it's] probably just because I'm her costar." Nick Jonas, meanwhile, is also all denial, regarding suggestions that he was the inspiration for Miley Cyrus' "7 Thing," in which she details seven things she hates about an ex, and calls the ex's friends "jerks." Although Nick is said to be an ex-BF of Miss Cyrus, he responds, "I heard about that rumor. Can't be about me right?" He adds that none of his friends are "jerks" - so obviously the song isn't about him. And thus, Jonas-brand earnestness strikes again. What's your take? Buy the rumors? Or the denials (chastity rings notwithstanding)? - Anna Dimond
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