“Area Code,” which comes just a few weeks after the release of his latest single, “Levels,” doesn’t seem to be finished just yet.

“I need someone to put a verse on this,” Jonas wrote on the Sound Cloud stream.“I'm in your area code / I hit you up, are you alone?

Jonas added fire to the speculation when he favorited two fan tweets that linked to “Area Code” and mentioned Gomez.

One tweet began, “When u hang out with Selena Gomez,’ while the other one commented, “Oh my gosh.

I loved it." The actress/singer went on to say that she has "absolutely" questioned her sexuality: "I think it's healthy to gain a perspective on who you are deep down, question yourself and challenge yourself; it's important to do that," Gomez stated. "Part of the reason I probably went out on a few dates is because of them. "A lot of discovering and exploring who I am." "Once the album was put together and I went through so many different emotions," she added, "I knew that this was my moment to really share my heart because there are so many people who follow or look up to me who are dealing with so much in their own life.

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“I had to stop because I had everything and I was absolutely broken inside, and I kept it all together enough to where I would never let you down, but I kept it too much together to where I let myself down,” she told the crowd.

“I’m so grateful to be able to share what I love with people that I love.

In fact, they both have something in common besides Nick—they both had to drop the Disney persona."Every single girl has done it completely differently," Selena tells the magazine when asked to compare her transition to Miley's.

"Obviously, she wouldn't want to be doing what I'm doing, and I wouldn't want to be doing what she's doing.

“Music and love,” he captioned a snap of Gomez applying eyeliner in a small mirror. and her main focus has shifted to recording,” a source told Us. "Naturally, fans started freaking out about the news — and they weren’t the only ones.

Tranter collaborated with the former Disney star on several hits from her latest album, Revival, such as “Hands to Myself” and “Good For You.”A source confirmed in the new issue of Us Weekly that Gomez is recording new music. “She wrote a lot of lyrics and melodies while she was in rehab. Gomez's ex Nick Jonas shared his excitement, too.

"We've seen each other go through tough times, good times, in and out of relationships," Jonas recently told Billboard. It feels like we were children, although I guess we were." "She is like a sister to both [Nick and me], and it's great to know we all have that support," he added.