Miley cyrus and nick jonas dating again
But "Wedding Bells" was the end of a seven-year saga for Nick and Miley aka "Niley," whose young romance dominated headlines and the hearts of many of their respective fans, who seemed to live and breathe on every split, reconciliation and rumor about their favorite couple ever since they met over a decade ago. "Now, "Wedding Bells" was far from the first song to come from Niley's romance, as one of her earliest hits, "7 Things," is a break-up anthem all about Nick following their love triangle with Selena Gomez, their fellow Disney Channel star.And for "Niley," it was love at first sight when they began when they met back in 2006 at a charity event, when they were just 13. It was basically their generation's Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie love triangle.) Miley even wore a gift he had given her in the video, which the video's director Brett Ratner confirmed to MTV News."The necklace she's wearing in the video is the necklace he gave her," he said."We became boyfriend and girlfriend the day we met," Miley revealed to Though they never confirmed their romance while they were dating, Miley started spilling the scoop fans were desperate to hear after they split in late 2007, with the then 16-year-old Miley admitted to Seventeen that she "bawled for a month straight" after the breakup. "She's wearing his diabetes or medical necklace."Earlier this year, Nick admitted Miley "never directly" told him the song is about him, but he confirmed he did give her the necklace she's wearing.Now, as Nick was dating Selena, Miley went on to date Justin Gaston for nine months, with the Hannah Montana star calling off their romance in early June 2009.
Nick continued to perform it on their world tour through 2013, but the full studio version of the song wasn't officially released until November 27, 2013, five years ago today.
"She obviously has been hanging out with Nick again a lot, and Justin was cool with it at first, as long as it was just a cool, friendly thing," the insider said.