What would it take to get exes [artist id="2088128"]Nick Jonas[/artist] and [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] in the same room again? A huge payday? A roomful of flowers? How about an all-star Disney charity recording session?
E! Online is reporting that Nick and Miley (and Joe and Kevin) will join in a star-studded session for a song called "Pass It On," which an unidentified inside source said was Disney's version of the 1985 charity smash "We Are the World."
The song is being recorded later this week and a video is slated to be shot on Saturday for the tune, which was reportedly written by Adam Anders and Nikki Hassman, the same team behind "Hoedown Throwdown" from the soundtrack of "Hannah Montana: The Movie." A spokesperson for Hollywood Records, both artists' label, told MTV News there was no comment on the report at this time.
While Cyrus and Jonas have not worked together since their December 2007 split, the "Montana" star told Ryan Seacrest on Thursday that there's no drama between them.
"We don't hate each other," Cyrus told Seacrest. "We really love each other. He's really cool, and I'm happy we've been able to stay friends. Everyone thinks that me and the Jonas Brothers have this big feud going on, and me and Nick are really close friends now. We talk all the time and he's one of my best friends."
That's a bit of a turn-around from the period just after the couple's split, when Cyrus dyed her hair black and wrote the song "7 Things I Hate About You" about Jonas, telling Seventeen magazine that she cried for a month straight and went into a "weird funk" due to the breakup.
[This story was originally published on 04.03.09 at 9:42 a.m. ET]