Joe and Nick Jonas check in with each other to make sure they don't date the same women.

Between them the famous siblings have dated some of the world's most beautiful women, including Kate Hudson, Lily Collins, Olivia Culpo, Demi Lovato and Gigi Hadid but Joe says they never date the same women because they run it by the other brother first.

Speaking to hashtag Legend magazine, Joe, 26, said: ''We're pretty supportive of each other. There might be a rare occasion where we've got to make sure, 'Hey, you haven't dated this person, have you?'''

And he hasn't ruled out the possibility of the pair reuniting with older brother Kevin, 28, to reform The Jonas Brothers band.

He said: ''One day it will make sense to do something together again but, right now, we're still focused on our individual careers and that's what's really important to us.''

Nick, 23, and Joe recently moved in together and while they are both on the road a great deal with their individual music careers, Joe loves getting to spend time with Nick when he can.

He said: ''It's pretty awesome. You know, I would say it's nice because we are both so busy that we're never at home at the same time. We can actually enjoy our space and not feel crowded, which I think is really nice. I think there are times, if you're around your siblings too much, that they drive you crazy. But Nick and I get along, we like spending time with each other, although I like to take control of the interior decorating stuff. I'm actually really glad that he's let me take the reins on that.''

However, Joe is having a blast with his new DNCE bandmates and revealed how he and Cole Whittle once got left behind in Toronto after partying with a cheerleading squad.

He said: ''Me and Cole have had a pretty crazy night one or two times where we stayed up all night. Once we were in Toronto, partying and hanging out with a cheerleading squad, and we got left behind by our tour bus, which was pretty amazing. So, five in the morning, the tour bus just took off without us. We were literally at the border back to the United States. We were just sitting on the street in the freezing cold in the middle of December waiting. We called the bus driver and he was like, 'What do you mean? I already left. You weren't there on time.' The bus eventually came back for us, but it took about an hour. We were drunk and happy enough to just hang out and Cole kept pointing at the CN Tower and calling it the space noodle.''