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Demi Lovato shares stunning behind-the-scenes footage from a photo shoot at a $5,000 per HOUR 'invisible' house in Joshua Tree... where she previously stayed with ex fiance Max Ehrich

Demi Lovato shared behind-the-scenes footage from one of her promotional photo shoots for her new album, Dancing with the Devil ... the Art of Starting Over. In her latest Instagram post on Thursday, the 28-year-old singer made a number of outfit changes, including a plunging floral minidress and pink tinted sunglasses.
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Demi Lovato Sobs Over Her Split From Fiance Max Ehrich In Final Episode Of YouTube Doc — Watch

Demi Lovato tearfully addresses her short lived engagement to Max Ehrich in the final episode of her documentary ‘Dancing with the Devil.’. Demi Lovato‘s fourth and final installment of her YouTube docuseries Dancing with the Devil dropped on Apr. 6, and in it the singer discussed her whirlwind romance with actor Max Ehrich, who she spent home lockdown with in spring 2020 before getting engaged on July 22, 2020. Then as quickly as their romance took off, it ended in heartbreak with the pair splitting up less than six weeks later, which Demi tearfully revealed on camera.

Demi Lovato Blasts Ex-Fiance Max Ehrich in New Song

Singer Demi Lovato has been undergoing a bit of a metamorphosis lately, breaking off her toxic engagement with actor Max Ehrich and releasing new music. These two major things intersect in her new song, "15 Minutes," which reads as a bold condemnation of his alleged opportunist behavior. While the lyrics to "15 Minutes" don't mention Ehrich by name, Lovato leaves very little to interpretation.

Demi Lovato Fully Calls Out Her Ex Max Ehrich in New Song '15 Minutes'

Demi Lovato's new music has ARRIVED, and it's time to turn our attention to "15 Minutes," which yep, appears to be about her ex Max Ehrich, man who infamously cried on the beach directly in front of paps after their split. While the song doesn't mention Max by name the lyrics make things pretty clear. Let's see, there's this:
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Fans Are Convinced Demi Lovato Referenced Ex-Fiancé Max Ehrich on New Album

Watch: Demi Lovato's Biggest Revelations From New Documentary. Demi Lovato may have not-so-subtly referenced her ex-fiancé Max Ehrich in her latest breakup track. At least, that's what her fans think after the singer, who released her album Dancing With the Devil..the Art of Starting Over on April 2, included some very specific lyrics in her song "15 Minutes." While the former Disney Channel star sings of kicking an ex to the curb with lyrics like "Pack your stuff, you can come get it / Ain't goodbye it's good riddance," it's the line "Praying in Malibu, how could you?" during the bridge that has fans convinced that, yes, this song is definitely about Max.
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Demi Lovato Calls Out Max Ehrich on Her Savage New Song, ‘15 Minutes’

Demi Lovato takes her ex-fiancé, Max Ehrich, to task on her new song, “15 Minutes.”. The plucky banger—off her new album, Dancing With the Devil: The Art of Starting Over—pulls no punches about its subject matter. EW confirmed the song's topic in mid-March, but you just need to read a few lyrics to get Lovato's point.

Demi Lovato Calls Out Her Ex-Fiancé Max Ehrich in Her New Song "15 Minutes"

Nothing is off limits on Demi Lovato's new album, Dancing With the Devil...The Art of Starting Over, including her very short engagement to Max Ehrich last year. Her new song "15 minutes" is a savage track about her failed relationship and the drama that followed the breakup. She brings up everything from his clout chasing to those Malibu beach photos. Oh, and did I mention the entire thing is an absolute bop? Yeah, "15 minutes" is Demi at her best, so read on to see the lyrics, provided by Genius, and check out what Demi has to say about Max.