It's been two months since Demi Lovato dumped fiance-slash-stalker Max Ehrich.
How, he has the audacity to accuse her of using him for fame.
At the People's Choice Awards, Demi Lovato poked a little fun at her former fiance.
She had an opening monologue and, like so many stars before her, she acknowledged the headlines that she had made.
Demi's headlines just happened to involve someone who once meant a great deal to her.
Demi joked that she "did what everyone else did" during her COVID-19 quarantine.
(We can't say that we love her describing "quarantine" in the past tense ... the pandemic is worse now than it was earlier this year)
"I went into lockdown mode," Demi announced, "and got engaged."
"I got into painting, photography, meditation, tested the limits of Postmates Unlimited," Demi continued.
She went on: "I also, didn't know this could happen, but I reached the end of Instagram four times."
"I binged seven seasons of 'Pretty Little Liars,' got unengaged, then went looking for aliens in the desert," Demi concluded her description.
Max then jumped into her Instagram comments -- the only way that he can currently reach her (ha!) -- to express his anger.
"Stop talking about me on award shows," he demanded. "Thanks."
Of course, Max being Max, he couldn't end it there.
He followed that up with a ludicrous comment.
"Exploiting our breakup for clout at PCA is not chill," Max whined in the comment.
We will explain why this was so comically ridiculous.
For a small dose of perspective, Demi Lovato has been a household name for over a decade.
She is an accomplished actress and singer, producing multiple smash hits and she has legions of fans.
Max is mostly known for being a hot dude, appearing on soap operas, being on Under The Dome, and ... his fling with Demi.
It was a whirlwind romance.
The two went public with their budding relationship in March, deciding on a whim to go into lockdown together as the pandemic hit the US.
As months went by, their posts went from double-trouble thirst traps to gushy, mushy, emotional stuff.
Eventually, sheltering in place became an engagement.
This set off alarm bells among people who care about Demi, who was both wildly more famous and more successful.
She is also, and we mean this delicately, known to sometimes have issues with impulsivity and codependence.
Then, late this summer, Demi's fans got a hold of Max's social media receipts.
You know how some of us (not saying who) leave some thirsty emojis under the tweets and posts of some gorgeous celebs?
Well, so does Max. He has a type -- extremely famous women from Demi's era of fame.
From Selena Gomez to Madison Beer, Max was transparently begging for attention on social media.
He dangled his thirst traps and his low level of fame as a lure.
Demi -- poor, sweet Demi -- was just the only one who took the bait. Fortunately, it was not all that long before their 6-month fling came to an end.
Does that mean that Max never cared about her? Not necessarily.
But it was enough to have fans devastated to see the relationship end.
Demi has not said much at all about their broken engagement. Max, meanwhile, has seemed to speak about nothing else.
He has whined and thrown a public pity party to anyone who will listen ... and also to everyone who will not.
Fans believe that he may have called TMZ himself to make sure that they would get footage of him moping around on the beach where he proposed to her.
The absolute gall of accusing Demi of exploiting their relationship ... some dudes have no sense of self-awareness.