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Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama are still going strong! The cute couple attended Nick Jonas' "Jealous" Top 40 Radio Celebration Party at The Ivy in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The "Heart Attack" singer and her "That '70s Show" beau both looked super stylish at the event. Lovato stunned in her sheer fishnet crop top, matching pencil skirt and wore her hair in a side-parted updo, while Wilmer looked handsome in a blue turtleneck, black blazer and khaki pants. While the cute couple rarely make red carpet appearances together, they seemed stronger than ever at Jonas' bash. Demi and Wilmer have kept their romance pretty private in the past, but just over the past few months, the 22-year-old has started to share more pictures of them together on social media. They even recently adopted a super cute pup over the holidays. Nick and Demi likewise have a close relationship -- »
- tooFab Staff
American Idol contender Hope is quite possibly the cutest contestant in the Fox singing competition show’s history.
And while she isn't quite of age to compete for real, she sings her heart out for the judges in a new season 14 teaser – and her adorable rendition of Frozen’s "Let It Go" moved Jennifer Lopez to tears. Watch the video above to see J.Lo get all sorts of emotional.
Related: Go Behind The Scenes of American Idol Season 14!
Not every contestant is so lucky though. During an interview with special Et correspondent Lance Bass, the “Booty” singer joked that she’s developed a secret way to communicate during auditions with fellow judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr.
“I just pinch them, I like to pinch!”
Season 14 of American Idol premieres Wednesday, Jan. 7 on Fox.
While there’s no telling which other hopefuls will steal »
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