March 17th, 2011
12:37 PM ET
Well isn't this awkward? Just as Joe Jonas is gushing about his romance with Ashley Greene in the new issue of Details, their reps have announced that the couple have split.
In the magazine's April issue, which just hit the newsstands, Jonas says his relationship with "Twilight" star Greene "feels good," adding that it works because "she really puts my feelings first. She understands my busy schedule. She'll fly out to my shows—she's been to places in South America that I can't even pronounce."
Things had gotten so serious that Jonas even met her parents. "Her dad can drink me to shame," Jonas tells Details. "He's awesome."
Now their reps have confirmed to CNN that the couple, who began dating last summer, are no longer.
It's just the latest in a string of high-profile breakups for the performer. Since skyrocketing to superstardom as part of the Jonas Brothers, he has wooed such well-known women as Taylor Swift, Camilla Belle and Demi Lovato.
His relationship with Swift ended on a sour note in 2008, with the country star claiming she was dumped in a 27-second phone call and writing songs about Jonas breaking her heart.
"I think all artists have a right to write about what happens to them," Jonas tells Details. "But I have a right to write about things too."
While he won't reveal whether his upcoming solo CD — described as "electro indie pop rock"— features songs about Swift, he will say that it has "different love scenarios that I've been through, breakups, hurts. Me hurting somebody and feeling bad about it. I think there's a lot of scenarios where people might wanna hear my side of the story."
Jonas, who no longer wears a purity ring, admits that he had his heart broken two years ago, but won't reveal which of his famous exes was responsible. "I won't say her name," he says. "But I was in a relationship, and we tried to work things out, and she, you know—I was really upset because she—she broke up with me."
And speaking of breakups, Jonas says that despite working on a solo album, he is not splitting from the Jonas Brothers.
"We're not breaking up, we're just taking a break," he says. "I really have a hope for the fans that got older and went, 'You know what, I'm really not into the Jonas Brothers anymore,' that I'm able to catch their ear again with my project and they're able to go, like, 'Hey, this is cool stuff, I'm happy listening to this, I'm not embarrassed listening to this.'"
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