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Tuesday 4 August 2015

Lovato spent Valentine’s day with ex

Published 21/02/2013 | 01:00

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 06:  Demi Lovato performs outside the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards at Staples Center on September 6, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 06: Demi Lovato performs outside the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards at Staples Center on September 6, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

Demi Lovato spent a romantic Valentine’s Day with her ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama fuelling rumours they are giving their romance another go.

Us Weekly reports that the Demi and actor Wilmer spent February 14 at Takami Sushi & Robata Restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles.

The couple have been dating on and off since 2010.

"They ordered almost everything on the menu, but they didn't touch it for at least an hour," a source told the US magazine.

"They stared into each other's eyes the whole time."

The insider reported that the twosome finished having a “really intense conversation” after an hour and finally moved on to their meal and “plenty of cuddling.”

Earlier that day, Demi, 20, and 33-year-old Wilmer were spotted “making out” at the opening of Topman and Topshop at The Grove mall in Los Angeles.

Demi recently discussed her newfound mature attitude towards matters of the heart with UK’s Cosmopolitan magazine.

The X Factor USA judge said she says she is no longer a “clingy girlfriend” or “really jealous” when it comes to relationships.

"It is very unhealthy when girls devote all of their time to a guy and forget their friends and family,” said the star, who has previously dated Joe Jonas.

“I did that. I was always looking for distractions because I was so afraid of being alone."

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