Demi Lovato released her new album, Tell Me You Love Me, on September 29, and on one of the tracks, 鈥淩uin the Friendship,鈥 she sings about wanting to 鈥渃ross the line鈥 with a friend. Based on the lyrics, some people thought it might be about Nick Jonas. In a Wednesday appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the singer addressed the rumors in a sly way that hasn鈥檛 convinced us one way or the other if it is or isn鈥檛 about Jonas.

鈥淚鈥檓 told to ask these questions. I don鈥檛 care, I don鈥檛,鈥 DeGeneres said playfully. 鈥淏ut supposedly there is a song about Nick Jonas and because you just claimed to be so honest, I think you should be honest with that answer.鈥

Lovato let out a big laugh before saying that DeGeneres wasn鈥檛 going to get an answer out of her that easily. 鈥淪omething that I will always keep to myself is who I write my songs about.鈥

鈥淪o, it鈥檚 probably about him,鈥 DeGeneres casually continued. 鈥淵ou鈥檙e best friends?鈥

Lovato replied with an understated, 鈥測eah,鈥 before continuing to laugh off the questions. Hmm!

Let鈥檚 look at the evidence: In 鈥淩uin the Friendship,鈥 Lovato sings, 鈥淧ut down your cigar and pick me up / Play me your guitar, that song I love / Your body鈥檚 looking good tonight / I鈥檓 thinkin鈥 we should cross the line. Let鈥檚 ruin the friendship.鈥

A quick glance at Nick Jonas鈥 Instagram account shows that he really likes cigarsand his guitar (and even both at the same time). He and Lovato are longtime friends, having met on the the set of Camp Rock when they were just 16. Lovato dated Nick鈥檚 brother Joe Jonas, sure, but that ended. She and Nick, meanwhile, have gone on to start a record label and tour together.

Lovato is, it should be noted, newly single after her split from Guilherme 鈥淏omba鈥 Vasconcelos. But before you get your hopes up too high, she told Sirius XM that she鈥檚 enjoying her independence for the time being 鈥 and all the power to her for that.

Do you think Demi Lovato鈥檚 鈥淩uin the Friendship鈥 is about Nick Jonas? Let us know @BritandCo!

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