Demi Lovato holds hands with G-Eazy as Halsey stops concert to tell fans not to sleep with their exes
Demi Lovato and G-Eazy were spotted leaving a nightclub together while Halsey seemed to be having a difficult time coping with the break-up
Seems like the hooking up season is here, and how! As per reports, Demi Lovato and G-Eazy were spotted leaving a nightclub together and, more importantly, they seemed to be holding each other's hands as they made their exit from the club.
According to Cosmopolitan, the couple entered Warwick in Hollywood at about 1 am on Saturday. They were captured leaving hand-in-hand from the venue at about 2:30 am. G-Eazy and the pop star's recent outing comes only a few days after it was reported that he had gone separate ways with his now ex-girlfriend singer Halsey.
Demi Lovato possibly dating G Eazy is like a one way ticket back to rehab especially when she's been public about her slip. It isn't a good idea to go to clubs until early morning either.— ⚓ Be Here Now ☺ ✞ (@Ride4LiLo) July 16, 2018
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Halsey had taken to her Instagram account in order to confirm their breakup saying, "I normally keep this kind of thing private but provided our public nature I feel the need to inform my fans. G-Eazy and I are taking some time apart." She then added, "I’m eager to continue the upcoming passage of time dedicating myself to my art and my career and the duration of my tour. I wish him the best. Thanks for respecting our privacy at this time.”
The pair began seeing each other in the summer of 2017 as Halsey told in May this year, "It's been about a year." The rapper also spoke quite highly about Halsey in March during the iHeartRadio Music Awards, telling reporters that, “We’re coworkers, you know? We both do this at a pretty high level, and it’s really dope to get to share that kind of experience with the person you’re actually dating.”
The pair released the duet 'Him & I' in 2017 and were spotted together for the first time at parties in New York and Los Angeles while celebrating the 28-year-old rapper's album release. A source at the time was quoted as saying, "They were all smiles throughout the entire evening, hardly leaving each other’s side."
Halsey had also previously dished on how he convinced her to say yes for going out. "He was just really persistent," she said. He really wanted to hang out and really wanted me to like him a lot. It took me a while to be like, ‘Fine. Okay I like you back.'" But once she did, the rest was history... kind of. "I'm glad I did. I got bamboozled a little bit. I got tricked into it."
Fans began tweeting about the possibility of their break-up earlier this week when Halsey posted lyrics from her song 'Colors' on Monday. Her post read: "You were a vision in the morning when the light came through. I know I’ve only felt religion when I’ve laid with you."
She later tweeted an explanation saying, "It’s really peculiar and beautiful when a song takes on a new meaning. When it feels like it’s about a different person, or when a lyric about something nice turns mean or vice verse. The songs evolve as we/I do. How amazing."
Ever since the breakup, Halsey seems to be having a really hard time, which might have been the reason why the singer almost broke down during one of her concerts recently. Just as she broke into the lyrics of 'Sorry' during her first performance following the breakup — at the Common Ground Music Festival in Lansing, Michigan on Friday — Halsey couldn't help but get all teary-eyed.
While she took a quick pause before getting back on her feet, her brief emotional moment was captured by her supportive fans, who later on shared the video on social media sending their love to the singer. "Homegirl started crying... so I started crying... I love u endlessly @halsey," a fan captioned the video.
On Saturday, Halsey herself interrupted her concert in Atlantic City so that she could bestow a few ex-boyfriend related life lessons to all her fans who had come down to see her perform. "I learned recently it’s okay to be alone! Being alone is enough," she reportedly said. “The second lesson I learned is don’t sleep with your ex."
Halsey has had quite a rough year so far since the singer had recently opened up about her own health crisis, and taking an aggressive stance when it comes to treating her endometriosis and planning for her future. The 'Bad at Love' singer revealed on an episode of The Doctors that she will be freezing her eggs. While at 23, it looks like an extreme decision, Halsey explained her reasons for doing so. "Doing an ovarian reserve is important to me because I'm fortunate enough to have that as an option, but I need to be aggressive about protecting my fertility, about protecting myself."
The pop-singer suffers from a medical condition called endometriosis, in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus. According to reports, Halsey's doctors informed the star that her symptoms were caused by dehydration, fatigue and anxiety, and it took intense hospitalization coupled with a terrible miscarriage for the performer to get more answers from her medical team.
She recalled, "When I started touring and playing concerts and traveling, the stress and strain on my body really started to enhance the symptoms and make the experience a little bit worse." According to Halsey, her brush with endometriosis can, at best, be labeled as a 'bittersweet' moment for her. "It was the relief of knowing that I wasn't making it all up and I wasn't being sensitive and it wasn't all in my head. It also kind of sucked to know that I was going to be living with this forever."
It was only a couple of months after her contacting endometriosis that she found out she was pregnant. "Before I could even really figure out what that meant to me and what that meant for my future, for my career, for my life for my relationship… The next thing I know I was onstage miscarrying in the middle of my concert," Halsey shared.
"The sensation of looking a couple hundred teenagers in the face while you're bleeding through your clothes and still having to do the show," she continued. "Realizing at that moment I never want to make that choice ever again of doing what I love or not being able to because of this disease. So I put my foot down and I got really aggressive about seeking treatment."