Joe Jonas Ready to Fly Solo With Career? Meets Ashley's Greene's Family

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Sep. 27 2010, Published 10:52 a.m. ET

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Looks like the Jonas Brothers may be changed as we know it. Reports have surfaced that the middle JoBro, Joe Jonas, will be taking his act solo and focusing on a career separate from his family members, Nick and Kevin Jonas.

The middle Jonas is ready to take his career to the next level and that means focusing on a solo career, according to E! News.

"We are planning for an early 2011 release," a rep for Hollywood Records told E!.

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E!'s insider add that Joe "wants a more dangerous sound," similar  "sexier, Justin Timberlake" vibe.

Joe is also hoping to come out with a new image, leaving the suits and ties behind for a more casual leather jacket style.

Just because Joe will be pursuing career separate from his brothers, the JoBro band is not breaking up anytime soon.

"The JoBros are here to stay," E!'s insider confirms.

In other Joe Jonas news, it looks like his relationship with Twilight lady Ashley Greene has reached a new level — meeting Ashley's family!

According to E! News, Ash took Joe to her parents in Jacksonville, Fla.

The dating duo was spotted at California Pizza Kitchen in Jacksonville Beach and then took their evening to a more private spot — a local Ritz Bar — where they could sneak some smooches.

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"They were there with two other couples and at first went unnoticed," former celebrity publicist, Jonathan Jaxson told E! News. "Then they moved to the back corner for more privacy. They were very cute together; she was caressing him, they were making out and holding hands."

And while thinks remained PG for the most part (remember Joe still wears his purity ring) the couple was reportedly infatuated with one another.

"After they started making out, they drew some unwanted attention," Jaxon added. "A lot of people were coming up to them and asking for pictures."


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