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Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato: two outspoken, socially conscious, Grammy Award-nominated former Disney pop princesses who enjoyed partaking in a little bit of 420 now and again with Joe Jonas back in the good ol’ days.
And, based on this oh-so-brief interaction caught at the Women’s March in LA back at the end of January, the two former BFFs now interact with all the same chemistry as accidentally bumping into a high school acquaintance you haven’t spoken to since graduation while waiting in the check-out line at Rite Aid. “Dude, I’ve had to pee so f–king bad and there’s nowhere to go, and it’s just so gnarly,” Miley then abruptly declared before quickly sliding back into the throng of marchers. Okay, so: they may not still exactly be the bestest of buddies in 2017.
Related: Demi Lovato Swings And Misses With Body Positive Comment (But She's Still Really Cool)In an interview with New York Magazine, Jonas suggested that Lovato was more than he bargained for, as she began seeing him during an ongoing struggle with her drug addiction.
Are you surprised that these two kids from are doing this huge tour together now?
It's surprising just in the world we live in -- it's tough to stay friends with people who are in the industry over this much time. They've seen each other go through so much, personally and in their careers.
Everybody gasped, and the girl just started bleeding."Related: Joe Jonas' Candid Interview Reveals The Pressures Of Being A Disney Kid Jonas then stated that: "That's when her team and her family told her, 'You need to go into rehab.' I remember being in South America, and fans immediately jumped to the conclusion that we kicked her off the 2010 tour, and they just hated on us for it." Lovato went to rehab to deal with both her drug addiction and depression issues, and has been sober since then.
Related: So THAT'S Why The Jonas Brothers Canceled The Tour Jonas also talked about his failed relationship with 'Twilight' star Ashley Greene, who he dated for a year, ending in 2011.