Demi Lovato is living proof you have to kiss a lot of very cute frogs to find your prince. As Page Six reported, 27-year-old Lovato is apparently ready to settle down; she announced her engagement to Max Ehrich Wednesday. But the pop star had a rich dating history before finding her forever partner — here’s …
Demi Lovato is living proof you have to kiss a lot of very cute frogs to find your prince.
As Page Six reported, 27-year-old Lovato is apparently ready to settle down; she announced her engagement to Max Ehrich Wednesday.
But the pop star had a rich dating history before finding her forever partner — here’s our look back at all the relationships Lovato has been in.
Ah, young love. Lovato dated “Hannah Montana” heartthrob Cody Linley allllllll the way back in 2008.
Linley, now 30, opened up about their first date, telling Seventeen that year that it was “the most up and down night of my life” after his car broke down several times over the course of the evening.
Clearly, it wasn’t the worst date: The two continued to see each other for a short time thereafter.
Lovato moved on from Linley in 2008 with The Cab singer Alexander DeLeon.
She reportedly dated the edgy vocalist, now 31, for about a year.
Lovato is also rumored to have written her song “Catch Me” about him — guess he didn’t hold on tight enough.
Here’s another “Hannah Montana” connection: Lovato dated Miley Cyrus’ brother Trace Cyrus in 2009.
The pair reportedly saw each other for “several months” that year, but by July, the Metro Station vocalist and guitarist confirmed that they had broken up because their schedules were too busy.
“We gave it a shot, and that’s all you can do,” Cyrus, now 31, told People at the time.
These two had chemistry both on and off-screen.
Lovato began dating her “Camp Rock” co-star Joe Jonas in 2010, after meeting him on the set of the Disney film back in 2007. But it wasn’t until after “Camp Rock 2” premiered in 2010 that Lovato confirmed to Access Hollywood that she and Jonas, now 30, were an item.
“He’s my best friend and he’s incredible,” she said at the time.
That year, the couple appeared on the cover of Teen Vogue together in June, but two days after the issue came out, they confirmed they had broken things off.
Luckily, the duo remains good friends to this day.
Lovato entered into her longest relationship — so far! — with “That ’70s Show” star Wilmer Valderrama in 2010.
The “Sober” singer first met Valderrama when she was 17 years old, but the actor wasn’t interested. They then reconnected after Lovato’s 18th birthday and quickly fell for each other, despite their 13-year age gap.
Valderrama, now 40, would go on to be one of Lovato’s biggest pillars of support during her addiction struggles.
“People told him, ‘You should probably leave. She’s on a spiral, and you’re going to be sucked down with it.’ But he was like, ‘I’m not leaving. This is somebody I really care about,’” she told Cosmopolitan in 2015.
The couple dated on and off for six years until officially ending things in 2016.
“This was an incredibly difficult decision for both of us, but we have realized more than anything that we are better as best friends,” they said in a statement at the time.
The former “Sonny With A Chance” actress then went on to date UFC fighter Luke Rockhold, 35.
The pair were very private about their relationship, but it didn’t seem too serious; they got together in August 2016, took their relationship public in November 2016, and were split up by December.
Clearly, Lovato has a thing for fighters. She moved on from Rockhold with another MMA fighter, Guilherme “Bomba” Vasconcelos, 35, in late 2016.
The pair reportedly never took the relationship further than a series of hook-ups, and as such, their fling didn’t last long. They split by the end of the year.
Dating with style was Lovato’s next move, as the songstress started a brief relationship with fashion designer Henry Levy.
The two were spotted on a sushi date in LA in November 2019 after Lovato left a treatment center.
Soon after, they made their relationship Instagram official, with Lovato posting a video of Henry leaning in for a kiss, according to E! News.
PDA notwithstanding, the couple reportedly parted ways after just four months of dating, in March 2019.
An eligible bachelor is always the way to go.
When Mike Johnson, a contestant on “The Bachelorette” in 2019, got the boot from the show, Lovato saw an opportunity to slide in and got flirty with the reality TV star via social media.
The pair then struck up a romance and went on a few dates. Things progressed until Johnson started sharing a little too much about their relationship during interviews.
By October 2019, things had clearly fizzled, with Johnson asking Keke Palmer out on a date on television.
Lovato began dating model Austin Wilson in November 2019.
The pair announced their relationship on Instagram with a selfie of them cozying up to each other.
Lovato broke things off with Wilson a month later, though they did end on good terms, with Lovato writing on social media, “Please don’t go after him. He’s a good guy.
“Breakups are hard for both parties involved. Just stay nice and say prayers.”
Not long after her breakup with Wilson, Lovato found herself in another relationship — and she’s apparently in this one for the long haul.
Page Six previously reported that Lovato started dating “The Young and the Restless” star Max Ehrich, 28, in early 2020, but their relationship wasn’t confirmed until the end of March. Since then, they have publicly flaunted their relationship online with lots of PDA-packed photos and flirty Instagram comments.
Then in July, the couple announced their engagement.
“It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too,” Lovato captioned a photo of their engagement on Thursday. “I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all. You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself.”
Ehrich also celebrated by posting online, writing, “You are every love song, every film, every lyric, every poem, everything I could ever dream of and then some in a partner in life.”