Miley Cyrus' ex-love song
Miley Cyrus insists she and ex-boyfriend Nick Jonas are still close friends and is set to record a new song with the Jonas Brothers
Miley Cyrus is recording a song with her ex-boyfriend.
The 'Hannah Montana' star has teamed up with Jonas Brothers star Nick Jonas to record 'Pass It On' - the first time they have worked together since their December 2007 split.
The star-studded Disney single will be recorded later this week, with Nick's brothers Kevin and Joe also likely to appear.
Miley has insisted that despite reports to the contrary, she is still close to Nick - who recently broke up with Selena Gomez - and his brothers.
She told KIIS-FM radio host Ryan Seacrest: "We don't hate each other. We really love each other. He's really cool and I'm happy we've been able to stay friends.
"Everyone thinks that me and the Jonas Brothers have this big feud going on but me and Nick are really close friends now. We talk all the time."
Following their split, Miley, who is now dating underwear model Jason Gatson, penned a song called '7 Things I Hate About You'.
In her new book, 'Miley Cyrus: Miles to Go', the 16-year-old star reveals her "worst day ever" was when she split from Nick.
Explaining their split, she wrote: "Deep down I know we weren't being our best selves. And that was what I wanted - and thought I deserved - in a relationship."