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Joe Jonas Spotted Getting Flirty With Taller Brazilian Model

December 14, 2011 (4:16 am) GMT
Words on the street are, the one-third of the Jonas Brothers has set his eyes on Jessica Pott since the moment he saw her at Catch Roof restaurant in New York City.

seems to be enjoying his single life. The middle member of the was spotted flirting with a Brazilian model, who is said to be much taller than he is, while partying at Catch Roof restaurant in New York City on Saturday, December 10, Life & Style reported.

The model in question has been identified as Jessica Pott, and an eyewitness claimed that she has stolen Joe's attention from the beginning. "Joe and friends arrived at Catch around 1 A.M. and he was trying to lock eyes with Jessica from the moment he saw her," so dished the observer.

Accordingly, the "See No More" singer "wasn't having much luck until a friend finally introduced [him] to her." The witness went on to spill, "They started dancing and Joe was smiling from ear to ear. After a turn on the dance floor, the duo cozied up on the couch together." The two reportedly left together in a group at around 3 A.M.

Joe has previously dated the likes of , and , with whom he recently started to get friendly again. His most recent relationship was with " Saga" beauty . They broke up in March after dating for about five months.

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