Report: Demi Lovato Seen Dancing Together With Wilmer Valderrama

Report: Demi Lovato Seen Dancing Together With Wilmer Valderrama

Around a week after being hit with split rumors, the 'Skyscraper' singer is spotted having a great time partying with the former 'That '70s Show' actor at Hollywood club Beacher's Madhouse.
The cryptic tweet Demi Lovato put up on her Twitter account earlier this month might not be about Wilmer Valderrama after all. While the post sparked rumors that the on-again, off-again couple have called it quits, Life & Style suggested the otherwise, reporting that the two were more than happy to dance together on Wednesday, January 18.

An eyewitness revealed that Demi and Wilmer came to Hollywood club Beacher's Madhouse separately, but Wilmer "made sure to say hi to Demi, who was sitting with Kim Kardashian," when he arrived. The observer dished on, "He kissed both of them on the cheek, and Demi couldn't stop smiling. He kept making her laugh."

It was further said that the twosome weren't shy to flaunt their affections as the night went on. "Around 2 A.M., Demi grabbed Wilmer and hugged him," the witness went on to spill. "She kept her arms around him as they chatted with a friend. They definitely didn't seem to be over each another!"

The onlooker added, "They danced together to 50 Cent's 'In Da Club,' and she kept her arms around him the whole time. They were facing each other, mouthing the lyrics to one another, and looked to be having a great time."

Demi and Wilmer caught the split buzz after the former tweeted on January 10, "The smartest thing a woman can ever learn, is to never need a man." The former "Sonny with a Chance" star posted it after retweeting a follower's quotation of Marilyn Monroe, "A wise girl kisses but doesn't love, listens but doesn't believe, and leaves before she is left."

A couple of days later, Wilmer took to his Twitter to seemingly react to reports of their break-up. The "From Prada to Nada" actor wrote on January 12, "I'm amused with how elaborate speculation of someone's indirect statements are misinterpreted in today's thirst for unnecessary rumors."

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