Demi Lovato, Ex-Boyfriend Joe Jonas Photobomb, Instagram [PHOTOS]: 'Just Like Old Times' at 2013 Teen Choice Awards w/ Nick & 'Heartbreaker' Songstress
Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato performed "Made in the U.S.A." at this year's Teen Choice Awards and sat together during the ceremony. The two longtime friends were enjoying their time together and posing for pictures throughout the night. At one point Nick's brother Joe decided to "Photobomb" one of these photo opportunities, which of course is hilarious. It also has cleared up some gossip surrounding Nick and Demi's relationship as friends after breaking up their romance a few years ago. Now we have photographic evidence that the two former lovebirds are getting along well!
As performers that night, Nick and Demi were sitting in one of the more accessible front rows of celebrities next to some notable names including Sandra Bullock. Behind them were the rest of the Jonas Brothers, Joe and Kevin, and their dates.
Throughout the night, Joe Jonas posted some pictures to his Instagram account. Here they are (including some of his girlfriend Blanda Eggenschwiler who appears to be okay with his ex-girlfriend being around):
And here is the picture in question showing Joe's Photobombing skills on his ex-girlfriend and his brother:
Joe even captioned this photo with the statement: "Just like old times."
Mstars recently reported on Demi opening up about her relationship with Joe. Here is an excerpt:
"We were in a relationship and we broke up, and at one point, I was really mad at him," Lovato explained.
"When you go through heartbreaks and things like that, you always have in mind somebody. It's like when you hear a song on the radio that reminds you of somebody, you're going to be reminded. But keeping that in mind...it's a delicate balance."
The "X-Factor" judge continued, saying, "Now, I can, fortunately, say, that him and his brother Nick, have always been there for me, and are literally family, and like brothers. We have a great friendship. And we may not be as close as we used to be, but that's OK."