Miley Cyrus: Jonas Brothers’ “Wedding Bells” Is About Me, It’s “Pretty Blatant, It’s Whatever”


Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth at the premiere of "The Last Song"

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth at the premiere of “The Last Song”

Miley Cyrus tells it like it is.

During a candid chat with Ryan Seacrest on his radio show Thursday, the 19-year-old bride-to-be said she thinks she’s it’s “pretty blatant” that she’s the subject of the Jonas Brothers‘ (read: Nick Jonas) new song, “Wedding Bells.”

“I don’t know anyone else who is getting married,” she said. Miley, who is now engaged to Liam Hemsworth, dated Nick back in their Disney days. In “Wedding Bells,” Nick sings wistfully about wanting to “try one last time” with a past love and not wanting to “hear the wedding bells chime.”

Not to mention, Nick sings about an anniversary that falls “11 nights into June.” In Miley’s autobiography, Miles to Go, she remembers “the exact date, June 11, 2006: It was the day I met my first love.”

Clearly though, she’s moved on. And this new JoBros song? “It’s whatever,” she said.

“I don’t know,” she backtracked a bit. “Wedding bells are in my future, so I don’t know.”

But there are no hard feelings on Miley girl’s part. “Like I said, everyone has to write songs that are about things that they felt and he even introduced that this isn’t the way that I am,” she said. “So, you can’t ever hate on someone for writing about something you’ve been through. I think that you kind of get a fair warning when you date an artist and someone that’s a writer—when you’re going through things that you’re going to end up hearing about it on the radio.”

Wise woman.


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