Demi Lovato Goes Instagram Official With Boyfriend Austin Wilson: See Their Sweet Synchronized Posts



Demi Lovato’s got herself a new man! The 27-year-old singer and actress took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to make things official with Austin Wilson, a Los Angeles-based male model.

The «Confident» singer posted a black-and-white mirror selfie, smiling as a shirtless Wilson leaned in to kiss her cheek. «My ❤️…,» Lovato captioned the post.

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My ❤️…

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Synchronizing the posts, Wilson shared a different mirror shot of himself at the same time. In his picture, the model is hugging Lovato tightly. «My Love,» he captioned the pic.

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My Love🥰

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Prior to the PDA-filled photos, Wilson posted a shot of himself cuddling with Lovato’s dog, Batman, to his Instagram Story on Tuesday.

It’s unclear how the two met, but Wilson was also friends with model Thomas Trussell III, a close friend of Lovato’s who passed away last month after a battle with addiction.

This marks the pop star’s first Instagram-official romance since she started working on her sobriety following an overdose in July 2018. This has included taking frequent breaks from social media.

Lovato has also been busy recording new music and will be guest starring on Will & Grace this season. On Tuesday, she shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the show’s set in celebration of Will & Grace star Megan Mullally’s birthday.

The other leading lady of the NBC sitcom, Debra Messing, even commented on Lovato’s romantic photo with Wilson, writing: «Gorgeous.»

Prior to dating Wilson, Lovato went on several dates with former Bachelorette contestant Mike Johnson, but it seemed he had moved on last month when he asked actress Keke Palmer out on TV.

Though Johnson insisted he doesn’t kiss and tell, he did open up about his brief romance with the singer, saying, «I like her tattoos. We both have a lot of tattoos and she kisses really well…»

This article was originally published by: ET

Taylor Swift Drops Swooning ‘Lover’ Remix Featuring Shawn Mendes: Listen


It’s the 13th of the month, and Taylor Swift’s homage to her lucky number came in the form of a «Lover» remix, featuring her old pal Shawn Mendes. «Hey guys, I wanted to tell you about something that I’m really excited about,» Swift said in a video teasing the song on Wednesday morning (Nov. 13). «There is a new version of ‘Lover’ coming, a remix featuring someone who I’m such a huge fan of and I’ve known for a really long time. And someone I have always really been dying to collaborate with.»

The spin on her album’s title track, which dropped just after midnight, keeps some of the same romantic lyrics but with a new twist provided by Mendes. «We could light a bunch of candles and dance around the kitchen baby,» Mendes sings in a breathy voice over acoustic guitars. «Pictures of when we were young they hang on the wall/ And we would sit on the stoop and I’ll sing love songs to you when we’re 80/ See I finally got you now, honey I won’t let you fall.»

«He has taken ‘Lover’ and he has re-written parts of it, which I think is so important because I love him as a writer,» Swift said of the personal touch Mendes added to the title track of her latest album. «And I also think that everybody would write a different love letter to their lover and I think his take on it is so beautiful.»

Mendes also joins Swift on the song’s reworked chorus, their voices intertwining as he later adds another layer to the mid-song breakdown, bringing the ultimate love story into the mix. «The girl in my story has always been you/ I’d go down with the Titanic, it’s true for you… Lover,» he sings before adding some falsetto ad libs as the song rushes to its conclusion.

Swift recently told Zane Lowe in an interview that her seventh album, released back in August, was “the first time I’ve written about love that was very real rather than a song like Love Story that I wrote when I was 17.”

«I feel like my priorities are in order, done some growing up, feeling good about it. And I was like, you know, what’s that going to be like to write from that place? But I didn’t even have long enough to think about that before I was writing this record.“

This article was originally published by: Billboard