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Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama are totally back on again. Or at least they were for one night.

Onlookers tell Life & Style that this seemingly random couple - who were an alleged item earlier this year - showed up together on October 22 at a party hosted by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane... and were all over each other!

  • Demi Lovato at the TCAs
  • Wilmer Valderrama Photograph

"They showed up together and made no effort to hide that they're back together," an witness tells the tabloid. "They were stealing kisses throughout the night, holding hands and just seemed to enjoy being together."

Valderrama, 31, has dated pretty much every young woman in Hollywood, from Lindsay Lohan to Mandy Moore to Jennifer Love Hewitt.

But that appears to make no difference to Lovato, 19, who this source says "couldn't seem happier" about the fling. The mole details:

"They were dirty-dancing to the music, and when they were seated, Wilmer had his hands on Demi's knee the entire time. He was being very boyfriend-like and affectionate."

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Demi Lovato is all about taking fans behind the scenes of her life these days.

First, there was this video. Now, the singer has opened up about a number of topics in a new interview with Parade.

Demi Lovato in Parade

For starters, Lovato shares the life lessons she's learned as a result of the past year, which featured a trip to rehab and an admission that she is Bipolar.

"Be careful who you trust," she tells the magazine, adding that the best way to deal with the negative side to fame is "to keep your chin up and stay strong and turn the other cheek. Kill 'em with kindness."

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Demi Lovato takes fans behind the scenes of her life as a successful recording artist in the following video.

Set to the singer's smash hit, "Skyscraper," the sneak peek is a look at Lovato's photo shoot for her album "Unbroken." Enjoy it now:

As part of her efforts to be a role model for struggling teens, Demi also recently blogged for Seventeen, writing:

“To stay strong and healthy in the midst of the craziness, it’s really important to me to try to find a balance between work and personal time... I love what I do so much that sometimes it’s tough to tell the difference! But to make sure I find time for myself, I think about my family and friends and fans who support me no matter what - it’s that unwavering love that helps me stay calm and focused."

That calm and that focus will take Lovato on a tour of America this fall. Find out NOW if she'll be visiting a city near you.

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Demi Lovato made it official today: the young artist is coming to a city near you! Possibly!

Lovato called in to Ryan Seacrest's radio show this morning and told the host/listeners: "I put on a show in New York and L.A. and had such a great time that I wanted to do a few more shows before the holidays."

A short while late, Lovato revealed the following tour date/locales for a tour whose tickets go on sale October 14:

1/16 Detroit
11/18 Mashantucket, Conn.
11/19 Hershey, Penn.
11/22 Kansas City, Mo.
11/25 Houston
11/26 Grand Prairie, Texas
11/27 New Orleans
11/29 St. Louis
12/1 Atlanta
12/3 Chicago

For a look at this singer live, visit our Demi Lovato video section now!

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Demi Lovato has been through a lot. The singer hasn't been shy about discussing these obstacles, as she hopes her experience will help other young girls struggling with low self-esteem.

In a new interview, meanwhile, Lovato goes out of her way to acknowledge a pair of famous friends who have helped her navigate through the tough times:

"I feel like there are some people that you're friends with that talk to you on Twitter or you text," she tell Billboard, "but the people that are really there for me are the people that were there for me when I went into treatment. The people that were calling me while I was in there were Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez. Those two girls, they meant the world to me. They still do."

  • At the Do Something Awards
  • Pre-Wedding Day
  • Selena in Florida

Up next professionally for Lovato, she'll unleash"Who's That Boy" as the second single off "Unbroken." It will follow "Skyscraper," which shot to number-10 on the Hot 100 in July.

"I've been on such a journey over the past year that it just feels awesome to be able to release music that I've worked really hard on, and now that it's done well [on the chart] it feels even better," Demi told the magazine.

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Demi Lovato performed on the Dancing With the Stars results show last night, moving the audience with an emotional rendition of her hit song, "Skyscraper."

Watching Demi sing her heart out, we couldn't help but notice:

  • That she appears to have a pierced nose now.
  • That she has, like, been through a lot.

It was certainly a surprise to see the teen queen rocking the nasal piercing. Wonder how her fan base will respond to it. One thing's for sure: Demi can sing!

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Demi Lovato has a new album out and, of course, she wants it to do well.

But the 18-year old tells The Associated Press that she has much loftier goals these days: she wants to be a role model to young girls everywhere. Referring to her struggles with eating, body images and bipolar disorder, Lovato says:

"To me, it's more rewarding for me to speak about these issues and know that I'm possibly making a difference in someone's life. I feel like I'm held more accountable to stay healthy now because now I'm a role model to young girls to not have eating issues and to not say, 'Hey, it's OK to starve yourself' or 'It's OK to throw up after your meals.' That's not OK."

Demi is still in therapy for her own problems and says recovery is a "daily battle."

"I have a very strong treatment team. I have people around me that at the sign of anything, they say something and they speak up and they are no longer afraid to say, 'Hey, maybe you shouldn't be doing this' because they're afraid of losing their job."

Lovato actually stopped mid-song during a recent concert and thanked fans for their support.

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She's been making the media round - The Tonight Show, Good Morning America - and playing "Skyscraper" for millions of viewers, but Demi Lovato is already plotting her next radio release.

It will be a dance track titled "Who's That Boy," which features Dev and included the lyrics: "I've been staring at ya/ And I could do it all night/ You're looking like an angel/ With the kind of body that needs a spotlight."

Lovato released "Unbroken" on Tuesday and tells MTV of the album:

"I think it's grown-up, but it's not too grown-up. It's not tasteless. It's growing up with my fans. It's [like] I'm not a kid anymore, but I'm also not a full-grown woman either. So I'm in that in-between stage, trying to figure out where that is. So I'm figuring it out, just like my fans are."

Demi is working on the music video for "Who's That Boy" as we type.

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I'm back in the game with vengeance. I'm here. And I'm unbroken.

So said Demi Lovato to Robin Roberts today during an interview on Good Morning America, as the young singer stopped by to promote her new album, which comes out at midnight tomorrow and which features the R&B track "Up All Night."

"I'm standing tall and confident and happy and healthy and proud," Demi said of how she now feels and why she chose "Skyscraper" as her first release. Watch the interview below and then check out Lovato's performance of this single:

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"There was nobody there for me to look at and say this is unhealthy. I want to be that for a 13-year old girl deciding whether or not to eat dinner, or an 18-year-old girl deciding whether or not to keep her breakfast down." - Demi Lovato

Her "emotional and physical issues" are well-documented, but rather than hide from them, the Disney starlet wants to be a role model because of them.

Say what now?

Demi Lovato on Ellen

Demi Lovato, 19, who used to cut herself and who has battled eating disorders, taped an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show scheduled to air Tuesday.

She says she wants to be "outspoken" and freely talk about her "issues" because when she grew up, she "was dealing with the pressures to be thin."

"It was the time in the tabloids when very, very skinny girls were on the cover of every magazine, and that's what I was looking up to," she says.

"That's what I had to idolize. I don't want that for young girls."

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