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ONLY ON RADAR: John Mayer Ex Moves on To Jonas Brothers

May 12 2009, Published 6:52 a.m. ET

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John Mayer's latest (now former) leading lady Scheana Marie Jancan received flack for speaking out about her relationship with the singer and is now moving on with her career- which includes some quality time with the Jonas Brothers.

“They are great guys and we got on really well. I have been told that I would definitely be in contention for a more regular slot in their new series,” Jancan told RadarOnline.com. After appearing in their music video Pizza Girl, she will debut this Saturday on their show J.O.N.A.S. on the Disney Channel. “That’s something that I would really welcome because not only are they a lot of fun but they have a huge fan following too.”

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As for her video-taped comments which quickly made the internet and entertainment show rounds: “I got a lot of back-lash when I tried to clarify my relationship with John and he wasn’t happy either. All I was trying to do was get my side of the story across and that was manipulated.” She also points out that Mayer was “very outspoken about his relationship with Jennifer Aniston.”

“I learned a lesson but I hope that he did too. The truth is that we have not spoken for about three weeks now but I hope in time we can still be friends because I think that he’s a cool guy.”

“I definitely learned a lot from my John Mayer experience about what are the best ways to handle the media and hopefully I will be able to use these to my advantage in the future.”

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