Olivia Culpo’s revealing dress just stole the limelight at the 2015 Miss Universe pageant. This cleavage-baring gown would surely make Nick Jonas jealous! Read on to learn more about it.
According to MailOnline, Jonas’ beauty queen girlfriend might have decided to go au naturel and ditch off her underwear in the cleavage-baring white ensemble. The Miss USA 2012’s gown did not only show off plenty of cleavage but her toned legs were also on full display, thanks to the sheer number.
Jaws dropped when Olivia entered the room. No wonder Nick can’t help but get jealous and a bit overprotective of his girlfriend.
In an interview with E! News, the former Jonas Brothers member revealed that his song “Jealous” was actually inspired by his relationship with Culpo.
“I saw someone looking at her ass when we were out one night. It really upset me. The next day I went into the studio and wrote the song. So I got something good out of the experience even though in the moment it was frustrating,” Jonas told E! News.
The singer added that he was “pumped up” by the incident that he almost beat someone up. Thankfully, he didn’t! We’ve got to admit, a jealous Jonas sounds pretty adorable to us.
If he’s that jealous of guys checking Culpo out, perhaps it’s about time he put a ring on it. The “Kingdom” star had always been vocal about wanting to marry the beauty queen someday. The only question is when.
An insider from HollywoodLife.com says the 22-year-old is planning to propose to her on Valentine’s Day. Even his family was supposedly part of the grand proposal. The news did not come as a surprise. Jonas had been previously spotted months ago shopping for the perfect engagement ring to give to the Miss Universe 2012 titleholder.
There you have it on the latest news about Nick Jonas and Olivia Culpo. What can you say about the revealing dress she wore on the Miss Universe 2015 pageant? Do you think the couple would be tying the knot anytime soon? Sound off in the comments below.
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