Demi Lovato appeared to leave rehab for the day and even more so she was spotted holding hands with a new fella.
The star, who has been in rehab since July, after suffering an overdose, looked healthy and happy as she held hands with Henry Levy.
Who is this Henry Levy guy? Hes a fashion designer, founding label Enfants Riches Deprimes in 2012.
The two took in a meal and didnt appear to care they werent the only ones in Matsuhisa restaurant in Beverly Hills on Saturday night, as pictures obtained by TMZ showed the Sober singer gleefully smiling at Henry as they held hands across the table as punters ate around them.
Its not known if the two are in a romantic relationship or just friendly AF – and people have friends, lets remember that before we all go wild over nothing – but its clear they were enjoying one anothers company.
The singer took the night out to enjoy herself, however its been claimed shes taking treatment very seriously and will remain in rehab for the rest of 2018.
A source said: Demi is doing great and is really receptive to the help that she is getting. Treatment has really changed her and she is looking forward to remaining sober and her new outlook on life.
And the singer is even said to be unsure if she will return to Los Angeles after she leaves rehab, as she wants to “start a new chapter” which could see her end up staying in Texas with her family.
The insider added to E! News: Demi is unsure if she will come back to LA to live permanently. She really wants to start a new chapter in her life.
[Those around her are] urging her to live a more relaxed lifestyle before she dives back into working. Her family wants her to take time away from LA and possibly stay in Texas with her family for a while.”
Demi suffered a near-fatal overdose on 24 July, when she was rushed to hospital where she spent the following 10 days before entering a facility in Texas.
Metro.co.uk contacted Demis reps for comment.
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