Nick Jonas stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week to perform "Levels" and be his usual charming self, and in the process revealed a strange fact about his life: He lives in Ellen's house. "So I don't know if anyone knows this, probably not, but I am your landlord," Ellen said. "You're a good tenant. You pay rent on time." Asked if he's been taking care of the stuff that Ellen left in the house, Nick said he has everyone who comes over use coasters to prevent water rings on tables. "I'm so nervous though the whole time I'm there," Nick said, "because I know I'm gonna come on the show and see you and check in and if anything's wrong with the house it's bad."
Ellen assured Nick that the "healthy deposit" she took from him ought to cover any damages, but he really doesn't seem like the type to ruin her belongings. He's too busy geeking out over the fact that the house makes an appearance in Ellen's new book , out next week. "You made me feel very cool," Nick said. "[It's] surreal, living in a house in the book. It's bizarre!" So how does one get invited over to Ellen/Nick's? I promise I'll use a coaster.