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Demi Lovato Candidly Speaks About Her Torrid Love Affair With Max Ehrich

Demi Lovato has now candidly spilled the beans with her torrid love affair with fiancé Max Ehrich. They dated each other for 6 months before getting engaged. Read below to know more.

American singer Demi Lovato is on cloud nine ever since her engagement with boyfriend Max Ehrich. It was amid the quarantine that the love between the two blossomed. Recently, Demi Lovato spoke on her love affair torrid with Max Ehrich.

Speaking of the same Demi said that she feels lucky to share this time together that they wouldn’t have gotten to spend otherwise. Sorry not Sorry singer further added, “And that accelerated our relationship on a level that you can’t really explain to people.”

She gasped that quarantine either makes or breaks a relationship. Hence, Demi is happy that they grew fond of each other during this time rather than falling apart.

Demi Lovato on her love affair said that she’s really fortunate and is continuing to count on her blessings with each passing day.

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich sparked dating rumours back in March. Later that month everything shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic and the couple cooped up under the same roof.

The singer said, “We started dating. We immediately went into quarantine.”

Demi continued, “I knew I loved him the night I met him. So a week later we went into quarantine. I was like, ‘Look, we’re quarantining together. Um, cause I love you.’”

For the unversed, Max Ehrich proposed Demi in the month of July. They shared the romantic beach proposal photos on social media making everyone gush. 


Earlier there were rumours stating Jennifer Lopez is going to be Demi Lovato’s wedding planner. However, neither of the parties has given confirmation about the same.

Apart from her love life, Demi has also been very vocal about her struggle with mental health. Recently, Demi spoke about how the quarantine period affected her overall mental health.

ALSO WATCH: Demi Lovato’s Mental Health Issues Skyrocketed Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

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