Demi Lovato closes US leg of 'Tell Me You Love Me' tour with a sizzling lip-lock with Kehlani

Unfortunately, Kehlani won’t be joining the European leg of Lovato’s tour, which kicks off in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 15.


                            Demi Lovato closes US leg of 'Tell Me You Love Me' tour with a sizzling lip-lock with Kehlani
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All well is what ends well. Demi Lovato ended the US leg of her “Tell Me You Love Me” tour by sharing a seductive kiss on stage with Kehlani in her opening act.

Lovato was performing at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, singing her 2017 track “Lonely” while rolling around in a white bodysuit and matching silk robe. The performance on a bed at the center of the stage had Lovato surrounded by a handful of shirtless male dancers.

Then all of a sudden, Kehlani sneaked on stage and snucked up behind the 25-year-old and stole a kiss. Lovato then pushed Kehlani down on the bed and climbed on top of her tour mate, rolling her hips seductively to the cheers of the audience.



Lovato and Kehlani both posted about the evening, each uploading messages for one another.

“Truly so grateful to have had this extremely special, talented and cool as f— woman on this tour with me,” wrote Lovato in her post’s caption. “What an incredible fun sexy crazy night that I’ll never forget!!”

“Twas a dream getting to do this tour with you,” Kehlani wrote about Lovato. “Watching you every night was a learning experience and you forever have a fan and supporter in me. Tonight your dancers put me up to this but anyone would be stupid not to jump at the chance to hop on that damn moving bed and grab your face looooool.”

She added: “I love you and appreciate you, beautiful. Cheers to you, more life and success on the rest of the legs of this tour.”

Unfortunately, Kehlani won’t be joining the next leg of Lovato’s tour, which kicks off in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 15.

The tour continues through June 27, with stops in Italy, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina.