Nick Jonas is still single and ready to mingle and while he will be spending much of the summer with a certain famous and gorgeous lady, business comes first.
The 23-year-old pop star is set to tour North America with Demi Lovato, also 23, from June 24 to mid-September.
When asked whether or not he is single and how he is able to maintain relationships while touring, Jonas told E! News, "I am and I don't know how that's possible. I'm not on tour yet and I'm trying to figure that out."
Jonas, who made his comments at Live Nation's National Concert Day Tuesday, said he is currently at a point in his life where his work is his main focus.
"I'm just trying to get out and have fun and meet great people," he added.
Jonas told E! News he and Lovato are "incredibly excited" to be touring together, adding, "We're great friends, but on top of that, we're collaborators and business partners."
Lovato, who used to tour with the Jonas Brothers, and Jonas are also co-founders of their own record label, Safehouse Records.
Jonas has said on Twitter in February he is "not in a relationship with anyone right now." In October, Jonas told Complex he is "very much single," adding, "But I'm trying to be as open to people who can inspire me in some way."
Jonas was most recently linked romantically to Kate Hudson, 37. The two have never confirmed a relationship and first sparked romance rumors last September. They have occasionally been spotted out together, most recently at a restaurant in New York City this past Sunday.
"Kate's incredible," he told Complex. "We had an unbelievable connection as two humans who just admire things about each other and see something in each other that's beautiful."
The two had gone out for dinner the night before both attended the 2016 Met Gala separately. Jonas told E! News he attended a couple of after-parties. Hudson also partied at one of the bashes, although she was not seen interacting with Jonas, E! News has learned.
"I had a really good time," he said about the Met Gala. "It's always a crazy night and the morning after is always a little interesting."