Jonas Brothers' 'Lovebug' Video -- Starring Camilla Belle -- Had A 'Canoodle-Free Set'

The boys wanted one woman in particular to star in the Philip Andelman-helmed video -- Belle -- and they got her!

One would assume the Jonas Brothers could have almost any girl they want — but there's only one they wanted for their latest video, "Lovebug," set to premiere this weekend on the Disney Channel.

Actress , known for her work in "10,000 BC" and "When a Stranger Calls," will be the lead in the boys' new video.

"It was really funny, because we had, like, three days to prepare the video and they gave me a dream list of people they'd want in the video," director Philip Andelman (Lenny Kravitz, Jesse McCartney) told MTV News Friday (October 17). "They told me they know it's a long shot, but 'we are absolutely in love with Camilla Belle.' And sure enough, it worked out."

Even though Belle was also excited to work with the guys, Andelman assured MTV News that there were no romantic dalliances on set. "It was a canoodle-free set!" he joked. (Sorry, no Miley Cyrus/ Nick Jonas revelations here!)

Although Andelman admitted he "wasn't that familiar" with the Jonas' work before hitting the set with them last month in Los Angeles, "even though I live in the middle of the woods, I knew they were a big deal," he said.

The video, set in the 1940s, revolves around a young couple who end up at dance where the Jonas Brothers, who play the couple's friends earlier in the video, are performing. The guys came up with a rough concept for the video themselves.

"They sent me these four or five lines," Andelman recalled. "They wanted something very romantic set in the '40s. It was such a joy, and literally everyone was on the same page, and that's how we were able to pull it off. I think [the video is] exactly what we saw in our heads. We fed off each others' enthusiasm."

Andelman, who had only two days to film an epic, period love story, said he owes everything to the professionalism of the crew and the Jonas Brothers. "It was a hustle," he said. "You had no time to come up for air. It was a rare instance where everyone [involved] was the best in the business."

The director, who worked with several boy bands as a cinematographer in the late 1990s, said he hasn't met a pop group as professional and nice as the Jonas Brothers. "They're literally nonstop working," he said. "The one hour they had for lunch, they were doing interviews and promos, and it never stops. They never whine and complain. They are incredibly grateful. They never ever stop.

"They are dreamy," he continued. "They're so unbelievably professional and well-mannered. ... It comes from [their dad], and he raised them to be such gentleman.

"Not to name names, but I've worked with some jerks."