How Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas Went From Friends to Lovers and Back Again
Few Disney Channel romances have captured our hearts like Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato's. The two first met in 2008 when they played love interests in the original movie Camp Rock, and their friendship has only blossomed in the years following. After sharing the screen once more in Camp Rock 2 and embarking on the Jonas Brothers's world tour together, the two decided to go from best friends to boyfriend and girlfriend in March 2010. Even though their relationship only lasted a few months before Joe called it quits, they have since put their past behind them and remained close friends. They've even shared the stage a few times to sing their epic Camp Rock duet "This Is Me." See how their friendship has evolved over the years ahead.
Demi and Joe attended the Camp Rock premiere in London alongside his brothers Kevin and Nick and their costar Alyson Stoner.
The two watched the ball drop on New Year's Eve in NYC with Joe's ex, Taylor Swift.
Demi made a guest appearance in the Jonas Brothers' 3D movie.
The two started getting closer after recording their duet "Make a Wave" for Disney Channel's Friends For Change.
The pair made their red carpet debut as a couple at Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards.
The duo cuddled up on the blue carpet at the premiere of Disneynature's Oceans.
The couple enjoyed a casual date night in LA.
The two coupled up for the White House Correspondents' Dinner (they ended up splitting later that month).
They proved their professionalism when they continued to promote Camp Rock 2 on Good Morning America three months after their breakup.
They were all smiles at the NYC premiere of Camp Rock 2.
The pair attended the US Open with the Jonas Brothers.
Nearly a year after their breakup, the duo reunited backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Demi hung out with Joe and her then-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama at an AMAs afterparty.
Joe pulled Demi in for a hug when they sang together on stage.
Demi posed with Joe's band DNCE at the Grammys.