Demi Lovato Won’t Address Max Ehrich Breakup Beyond ‘Still Have Me’: ‘I Let the Music Comment on It’

Singer Demi Lovato she fell in love, got engaged, and stopped being tied to actor Max Ehrich all in one year. That’s a lot for a man to go through, but she’s expected to comment on what happened as someone in the public eye. Here’s what Lovato said about letting her music tell its story.

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich set a date for six months in 2020

Demi Lovato will be attending the Build Series to discuss ‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ at Build Studio on March 20, 2017 in New York City.
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Lovato and Ehrich started dating back in March 2020. They tried to keep their relationship quiet for a month or two – however, those who saw it caught their comments on Instagram and its appearance on Instagram Live earlier. They confirmed their relationship in May 2020.

After less than five months of dating, Ehrich proposed to Lovato at the beach, marking the second anniversary of her 2018 preseason. Lovato accepted, but was engaged for less than two months. In September 2020, Lovato and Ehrich broke out while the latter was filming a nationwide film.

After they broke up, she released ‘Still Have Me’

When they separated, Lovato did not make a public presentation about it. Instead, she deleted her Instagram posts with Ehrich, who did the same on his account. What Lovato did went into the studio. “Music is always there for me,” she tweeted on 30 September, saying, “a song in time.”

After “Still Have Me” debuted, Lovato wrote on it Twitter, “I should be asleep but life can be hard and weird and sometimes keep me awake .. BUT I’m so glad I checked my references. You support me in literal tears. Thanks guys .. I am more thankful for your love – I NEED. ”

Lovato has not made a public statement about the split

The singer kept herself busy in the days and weeks that followed. While Ehrich has talked about her and their relationship on his Instagram Stories, Lovato has not done the same. Instead, she gets interviews about her music and other things that go on in her life – including the out-of-country scene.

In October 2020, Lovato took the stage for the first time from the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). After weeks of encouraging her U.S. fans to vote in the presidential election, she canceled a new song, “Commander in Chief,” at the Billboard Music Awards, aimed at President Donald Trump.

She says, ‘Let me comment on the music’

Lovato described her past relationship in an interview in November 2020. “I think the most important thing I learned was [this year] am I okay with myself and loving myself, ”she said Today host Jenna Bush Hager. When the guest asked her specifically about “Still Have Me,” Lovato again stopped from mentioning Ehrich.

“When I write my songs, when I go into the studio to record them, it’s very cathartic, therapeutic for me,” she said. “So whenever I go through something, especially when I’m not saying things in public or commenting on situations, I let the music comment on it. And that really is when I consider a situation. ”

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