Here's why people think Demi Lovato and Noah Cyrus are dating

Daniella Scott
·2-min read
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From Cosmopolitan

Speculation is swirling among fans that Demi Lovato and Noah Cyrus are dating, after they collaborated together on 'Easy', a track on Lovato's new album Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over.

According to a source Cyrus and Lovato have been spending time together since recording the song, prompting a rumour that their relationship has developed into something romantic.

"They’re very close and have been hanging out," a source told Page Six, suggesting that the pair may have been romantically involved.

The song, Easy, was written by hitmaker Matthew Koma who recently welcomed a baby daughter named Mae with his wife Hilary Duff. Lovato decided to make the song a collaboration, working with Noah Cyrus, the younger sister of Miley Cyrus on the song for her new album Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over.

However, a source close to Lovato has since denied the "weird" rumours, saying, "They have dinner sometimes, but they’re not romantic," they said, adding, "They got together for this song that sorta came together a bit last minute, and they hang out."

However, the rumour hasn't slowed down with fans on Twitter, with many of the still discussing the possibility that the pair could be in a relationship.

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Fans have also referred to some Instagram Stories between the pair, in which Lovato refers to Cyrus as "Baby" and Cyrus responded by re-sharing the Story with the caption, "mine mine mine" which some fans think could be referring to Lovato.

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Let's wait and see, I guess?!

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