Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert quash rumors of unrest

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato put feud rumours to rest.

There were rumors of unrest between pop stars Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert following a TMZ report Friday stating that Lovato had dumped the former American Idol finalist from her upcoming world tour in favor of Nick Jonas. There were reports that the “American Idol” alum was upset with Lovato, 23, after she replaced him with Nick Jonas as an opening act for her upcoming tour. (Source: Reuters) There were reports that the “American Idol” alum was upset with Lovato, 23, after she replaced him with Nick Jonas as an opening act for her upcoming tour. “Aww I love you all very much.

But Lambert took to Twitter early Saturday morning to say there were no hard feelings between the three singers, hinting that “complex” business negotiations were the culprit and asking “why do we care about the #rumors?” Later in the day Lovato also downplayed the TMZ story while questioning the outlet’s accuracy. And in an interview with ET Online Saturday, she talked about how Jonas is one of her best friends and a business partner — they founded the label Safehouse Records together — but also confirmed that “Adam and I are really good friends, and I love him.” Quickly responding to the “Ghost Town” singer’s post, Lovato wrote, “Just goes to show how accurate @TMZ really is… I (love) you @adamlambert.”

Demi featured on a track called Avalanche for Nick’s album, and they put together an impromptu song called Afterglow during a rare moment of free time. “I had an hour, one hour free and then I had made other plans [when Nick hit me up and] said, ‘What are you doing?’ and I was like, ‘Uh, I have an hour, I’m just going to get food or something.’ ” she told MTV News last year. “And he’s like, ‘Come to the studio.,’ I came to the studio, heard his new music and was obsessed and then it just evolved into this song that we recorded together on one microphone at the same time and it was very stripped down, very acoustic and it was a song called Afterglow.”

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