DNCE to tour UK with Selena Gomez
Joe Jonas has announce his band DNCE are to go on tour with Selena Gomez
Joe Jonas has revealed DNCE are to tour the UK with Selena Gomez.
The 'Cake By The Ocean' hitmaker appeared on ITV's 'Loose Women' on Friday (19.08.16) and announced he's planning to hit the road with the 'Heart Wants What It Wants' singer.
A tweet on the official 'Loose Women' twitter page read: "A #LooseWomen exclusive from our guest @joejonas - @DNCE will be touring in the UK with @selenagomez! (sic)"
It will no doubt come as a surprise that the 27-year-old singer's band are going on the road with Selena, 24, after their alleged feud after the former Jonas Brother star split up with her close pal Taylor Swift in 2008.
However, Joe admitted they share an "unspoken bond" that is hard to break and they've been able to rise above their differences.
Addressing rumours there is bad blood between them, he previously admitted: "There's an unspoken Senior Year group of us that have gone through quite bit.
"Whether good or bad we've lived through it and we're still doing what we love so we kind of just tip our hats a little bit.
"It's one of those things that you'll always be cool with someone you've gone through so much with."
Meanwhile, DNCE are gearing up to perform at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, which take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City on August 28.
The pop group have been nominated for Best New Artist at the prestigious awards ceremony.
Joe's brother Nick will also be taking to the stage, despite admitting he was "disappointed" to have been snubbed for a nomination.
Nick recently shared his sadness on Twitter that his racy video for 'Close' - which features himself and Tove Lo getting up close and personal - hadn't been given a nod for this year's VMAs.
He tweeted: "Disappointed with the fact close got no love for the #VMAs2016 (sic)"
However, he later added that he was not going to let the lack of a nomination get to him as there are so many "amazing" things going on in his life and insisted he was going to start "caring less" about little things.