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Thursday 28 May 2015

Lovato fuels Valderrama romance rumours

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato has fuelled rumours she has reconciled with ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama after enjoying a romantic getaway in the Bahamas with the actor.

The pair dated briefly in 2010 and have been on and off for the majority of their relationship.

It appeared they had called it quits for good after an attempt to reignite their romance last year.

But in September, Demi and Wilmer were subject to whispers about their status when they were spotted together twice in a matter of weeks.

New reports suggest the pair have been seen this week vacationing in the Bahamas.

The sightings follow a series of tweets from Demi about her island getaway.

"Oh yeah…… Gettin' outta the snow….." she wrote after wrapping up Christmas celebrations with her family in Texas.

Wilmer and Demi's 2011 reunion came after she was released from a treatment centre for an eating disorder and self-injury.

Demi was linked to One Direction member Niall Horan earlier this year after the pair were spotted eating together at a Los Angeles restaurant.

The 20-year-old Give Your Heart a Break singer shot down rumours of a romance, confirming that "nothing's going on" with Niall.

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