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Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich end engagement after two months – Fox News

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich have ended their engagement, a source close to the singer confirmed to Fox News.

The pair announced their engagement in July. They were first rumored to be dating in March.

Then, Lovato and Ehrich seemingly confirmed their relationship in May when they were featured in Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande‘s “Stuck with U” music video together.

Now, just two months after announcing their intended nuptials, the engagement is over.


“It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers,” a source told People magazine. “They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together.”

According to a video posted on his Instagram on Thursday, Ehrich is currently filming a movie, though it is unclear where the shoot is taking place. However, just this weekend, the star shared a post on Instagram and tagged a music studio located in Georgia.


Lovato, 28, confirmed their engagement on July 23, sharing several photos of herself and Ehrich, 29, on the beach while she wore a massive rock on her left hand.

“[Max,] I knew I loved you the moment I met you,” gushed Lovato in the caption of her post. “It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too.”

The “Confident” singer said that she had “never felt so unconditionally loved by someone” before, also noting that the former soap star never put “pressure” on her “to be anything other than myself.”

“And you make me want to be the best version of myself,” she continued. “I’m honored to accept your hand in marriage. I love you more than a caption could express but I’m ecstatic to start a family and life with you. I love you forever my baby. My partner. Here’s to our future!!!!”


Lovato has had several relationships in the public eye, notably with Joe Jonas and Wilmer Valderrama.

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Demi Lovato Said She Left Disney Channel After Realising That Eating Disorders Were “Terrifyingly Normalized” In The TV Industry – BuzzFeed

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“I kind of looked around and had a moment where I was like, ‘Wow. This is so terrifyingly normalized.'”

Demi Lovato just revealed that she chose to leave Disney Channel after checking out of rehab in 2010 and realising that eating disorders in the entertainment industry were “terrifyingly normalized”.

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In a brand-new interview with Bustle, Demi opened up about having an eating disorder before she became famous. However, when she broke into the industry, she realised that many other people were in the same boat.

“I kind of looked around and had a moment where I was like, ‘Wow. This is so terrifyingly normalized,'” Demi said, explaining that a stint in rehab made her want to address the struggles she’d witnessed.

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“I came out of [rehab] with the choice of talking about my struggles or my journey with the possibility of helping people, or keeping my mouth shut and going back to Disney Channel,” Demi went on. “I was like that doesn’t feel authentic to me. So I chose to tell my story.”


She continued: “I had this, like, savior complex, where I thought, ‘Oh, I made this pact with God when I was young’ and now I have to save people.”

Later on in the interview, Demi added that she aspires to have a career “that has nothing to do with [her] body” and instead focuses on her music.

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“I want [my career] to be about my music and my lyrics and my message,” she said. “And I want a long-lasting career that I don’t have to change myself for.”

She went on: “Music brought me so much joy when I was younger, and I lost that joy throughout the hustle and bustle of the music industry. I got miserable. And I don’t ever want it to be like that again. That’s what I want.”

Demi opened up about the effect of having an eating disorder earlier this year, claiming that her old management team “controlled” both her and her diet.

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“If I was in my hotel room at night, they would take the phone out of the hotel room so that I couldn’t call room service,” Demi told Ellen DeGeneres. “Or if there was fruit in my room they would take it out because that’s extra sugar. Like, we’re not talking about brownies and cookies and candies and stuff like that. It’s like, it was fruit.”

The “Cool for the Summer” singer revealed that things were so bad that she didn’t even have a birthday cake over the years and instead settled for a watermelon replacement.

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“For many years, I didn’t even have a birthday cake,” she said. “I had a watermelon cake, where you cut your watermelon into the shape of a cake and then you put fat-free whipped cream on top.”

She added: “For years I did that, and it kind of became this ongoing joke, but I just really wanted birthday cake.”

However, Demi went on to reveal that her new management team, led by Scooter Braun, had helped the singer celebrate her 27th birthday with the cake she’d always wanted.

You can read Demi’s full interview with Bustle here. BuzzFeed News have reached out to reps of Disney Channel for comment.

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