Demi Lovato Accidentally Makes It Instagram Official With Rumored New Boyfriend

Cole Delbyck

Nothing screams 2020 more than Demi Lovato accidentally crashing her rumored boyfriend’s Instagram Live during quarantine. 

The only silver lining to everybody going live on social media to keep sane amid coronavirus is celebrities slipping up and revealing a bit more than planned (or more than we ever wanted to know) about their innermost thoughts and private lives. 

Enter the “I Love Me” singer, who’s been linked to former “Young and the Restless” actor Max Ehrich over the past week, with multiplereports claiming that the two are indeed an item. 

But it was all mostly speculation until Lovato popped up on screen while Ehrich was recently performing for fans during an Instagram Live.

In the clip, Ehrich looks offscreen while seated at the piano, as an unaware Lovato enters the frame, snuggled up in a blanket.

“I’m on live! I’m on live,” he tells her in a whisper, before she puts the pieces together, realizing she’s on camera. 

Lovato and Ehrich clearly intended on keeping their romance under wraps, with the singer almost immediately covering her face with the blanket, as they break out into giggles. 

Her exit, however, wasn’t quick enough for fans to miss her appearance.

Demi Lovato attends the Teen Vogue Summit in November 2019. (Rachel Murray via Getty Images)
Max Ehrich pictured at Lifetime's Summer Luau in May 2019. (Paul Archuleta via Getty Images)

While neither Lovato or Ehrich have spoken about the rumors, they’ve been leaving flirty comments on each other’s social media posts.

Look no further than Ehrich’s shirtless black-and-white Instagram pic from earlier this week, which he captioned, “when u realize u should’ve packed more for your quarantine stay 🤦‍♂️ have a blessed Monday filled with health, happiness, safety, joy, love, & laughter <3”

“Fine by me,” Lovato quipped in the comments section. 

Ehrich also somewhat cryptically captioned another video “4D” with a rose and heart emoji, leading fans to...

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