Nick Jonas Says Miley Cyrus Was His First Kiss

Oh to be young and on Disney.

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First kisses. If we had to guess, your experience probably included the following: 1) bumping noses 2) bumping teeth 3) not knowing what to do with your tongue 3) all of the above. (If not, go home, Casanova.) But it should make you feel better to know that those awkward first kisses aren't just for us normies—you have to deal with that shit even when you're a *famous* teen, as Nick Jonas kindly reminds us. 

On Nick Grimshaw's BBC 1 radio show, the 23-year-old revealed that his first kiss was with Miley Cyrus, that it was outside of a pizza place, and that his breath definitely reeked of onions. 

"I kissed her outside of California Pizza Kitchen in Hollywood—very romantic. I'd just had a pizza that had onions all over it, I'm sure that my breath smelled terrible," he said. When pressed whether *she* remembers his breath being terrible, he stated that he'd have to ask her. "But I'm sure she does," he conceded. "It was probably pretty potent." 

He also played a game of "Snog, Marry, Avoid" (AKA f*ck, marry, kill for us adults) with these options: Miley, Demi Lovato, and Kate Hudson. (We see what you did there Grimshaw.) He avoided Miley (see: onions) and added that "Demi and I are really good friends so I'd marry her because you want to marry your best friends—even though it's weird to say that. I watched her on one of these that she did and she said she'd marry me so I have to pay it back."

"And then I guess snog Kate Hudson, right? That's logical?" Ah, yes, Nick. It's all about the logic here.

Oh, and if you're in the mood for some nostalgia/to really get a good mental picture of that first kiss, here's Miley and Nick making eyes at each other during a 2010 performance of "Before the Storm": 

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