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Who is Demi Lovato's BF? 'Confident' singer and Jordan Lutes appear smitten in adorable Thanksgiving pic

Jordan Jutes is Demi Lovato's first publicly recognized relationship following her breakup with four-time Daytime Emmy nominee Max Ehrich
UPDATED NOV 25, 2022
Demi Lovato and her new boyfriend Jordan Lutes made their relationship public in August, 2022. (Instagram/@ddlovato)
Demi Lovato and her new boyfriend Jordan Lutes made their relationship public in August, 2022. (Instagram/@ddlovato)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: On Thanksgiving Day, Demi Lovato and her new lover Jordan Lutes, better known as Jutes, posed for a new snapshot. The 'Camp Rock' star shared the picture on her Instagram Stories and appeared to be head over heels for her new love.

Lovato, 30, wore black jeans with a graphic design top and tinted sunglasses for the photograph. She had a bright color scheme for her makeup and elegant side-parted raven hair. On the other hand, Jutes, 25, cut a usually edgy figure in an Ozzy Osbourne t-shirt, a plaid shirt, a beanie, and sunglasses. On August 8, Lovato told People that she and Jutes are in a "healthy and happy relationship," although it's likely that they had been dating before that, in January, when Lovato changed her aesthetic to become more pop punk/hard rock. Jutes declared himself to be "the luckiest schmuck in the world because I get to call you mine" the very next day and claimed that Demi's "smile literally cures my depression." 


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Demi Lovato and Jordan Lutes pose for a snap. (Instagram/ddlovato)
Demi Lovato and Jordan Lutes pose for a snap. (Instagram/ddlovato)

Aside from their love for one another, Jutes and Lovato have the same line of work and have collaborated on some of her songs. The 'Hot Trash' singer co-wrote the songs - 'Substance', 'Happy Ending', and 'City of Angels' from Lovato's eighth studio album Holy Fvck, which was released on August 19.

This is Lovato's first publicly recognized relationship following the breakup of her brief engagement to four-time Daytime Emmy nominee Max Ehrich in 2020 after six months of dating. Lovato has previously been romantically associated with Jonathan Fryar, Alex DeLeon, Henry Alexander Levy, Guilherme Vasconcelos, Luke Rockhold, Jai Manselle, Wilmer Valderrama, Joe Jonas, Trace Cyrus, and Austin Wilson. 


Who is Jordan Jutes?

Jutes is a Canadian songwriter who was born in Ottawa. According to an interview with Nuance Magazine, he first majored in film and played basketball before finding his true calling as a songwriter while living in Toronto. 

Jutes was formerly signed to Capitol Records, but according to Nuance Magazine, he left the company after being part of them for two years "to pursue his own independent artist goals." He explained, "I left because due to Covid mad budgets got cut, and I guess they didn't want to hold me and not give me the support I needed, which is so blessed of them to do."


Jutes added, "You hear about labels shelving people or holding them without pushing them so often, and I can't say how grateful I am that isn't me. I had been wishing I could be indie again for a while just because I love being totally in charge of my own career, so it worked out quite nicely."

Jutes has been open about his sobriety experience, similar to Lovato and in July, he celebrated 100 days of sobriety on Twitter. "Learning to cope with my anxiety properly was something i was always too scared to try," he wrote. "Took a long time to be ready but i've never felt better mentally and emotionally. if ur dealing with s**t rn that feels never ending just know nothing lasts forever." 


Jutes spoke candidly about his love of songwriting in his interview with Nuance Magazine, referring to it as his "therapy." He said, "I really live to write songs. It's how I first started being honest about my emotions and mental health, so my connection to it is very deep-rooted."

"I've got over 300 demos on my phone and those are just the recent ones. So, I figured hey no one can tell me what to do anymore, so why hoard this music to myself. Even if a song helps one person then it has a purpose and will also make me a little cash in the process. I feel free these days and want to stop overthinking so much and just let 'em fly," Jutes stated.