Demi Lovato makes red carpet debut with boyfriend Jordan Lutes

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Demi Lovato made her red carpet debut with boyfriend Jordan Lutes on Saturday night.

The pair were seen locking lips as they posed for the cameras at Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammys gala red carpet in Los Angeles.

The “Camp Rock” alum, 30, stunned in a black strapless dress with an asymmetrical neckline and ruching at the waist.

The gown’s white satin fabric lining was exposed on one side of the dress, which trailed behind her in a short train.

Lovato completed the look with a black clutch and silver drop earrings, as she styled her raven tresses in slicked waves.

Her musician beau, who uses the stage name Jute$, wasn’t shy about planting kisses on the actress’ bright red lips.

The “When You’re Around” singer, 25, opted for a classic black suit with a white button down, which left his several neck tattoos exposed.

“They were snuggling and sneaking kisses throughout their meal,” a source told Page Six in August 2022, noting the couple held hands as they left the restaurant. 

Just a few days later, Lutes shared a sweet tribute to the former Disney Channel star in honor of her 30th birthday.

“happy birthday baby. ur a 30 year old minx and i’m the luckiest schmuck in the world cuz i get to call u mine,” the musician captioned a series of pics of the pair on Instagram.

“making u laugh has become my new obsession cuz ur smile literally cures my depression (there’s a song lyric in there somewhere). i’m so proud of u for not only surviving everything you’ve been through but coming out on top and becoming ur healthiest happiest sweetest self. and that’s all u baby.”

Lovato’s new man concluded the lengthy caption at the time, “i love u 😘🫠🐞🥳😍 … how are u real lol @ddlovato.”

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