Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich

(Photo : Instagram)

Many celebrities have also turned to social media to cheer up fans during the strict lockdown measures imposed by the government in hopes of slowing the spread of the virus.

Perhaps one of the most talked-about Instagram lives right now involves the rumored couple Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich.

Max, who played Fenmore Baldwin in hit series The Young and The Restless, was on Instagram live while performing for his followers over the weekend when the Cool for the Summer singer suddenly walked in the room.

Ehrich visibly tried to warn the singer, mouthing "I'm on live." Fortunately for us, Lovato didn't immediately understand what he was saying. She briefly appeared on his live feed while holding a blanket.

Demi eventually caught on and hastily covered her face before backing away, laughing.

The pair were first linked after Demi left a comment on Ehrich's shirtless quarantine post on his Instagram page. He also posted a video where he was seen spending time with Lovato's dogs, Cinderella and Batman.

The rumored couple has reportedly been seeing each other for a few weeks. Until the accidental cameo, the two have never appeared in each other's photos or videos.

Ehrich was previously rumored to be in self-isolation together with the singer-actress at her house. I guess that's pretty much confirmed now.

Demi has reportedly introduced Max to her closest friends. Max is also reportedly a music and health enthusiast which, sources say, is good for Demi.

Lovato went through a near-fatal overdose in 2018 largely due to her struggles with an eating disorder. She was six years sober before caving to her alcohol addiction. Maybe this change of pace can help her win against her demons.

The pair has yet to confirm their relationship, but te clip honestly speaks for itself. Watch the hilarious moment below:

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Demi Lovato recently checked in with Jimmy Fallon for an episode of the Tonight Show: At Home Edition where the pop star gave the home viewers a powerful performance of her most recent single "I Love Me."

She also opened up about mental health, a topic that is very much timely and relevant amid the strict stay-at-home procedures. She said she viewed the loud voices in her mind as "annoying roommates."

When asked how she coped with the said voices, she suggested: "meditation helps." Apart from that, she also recommended taking small steps such as playing with animals or doing small things daily can help with a person's mental well-being.

She also used her interview time to promote her Fabletics collection. Lovato pledged that $5 from every item sold from her collection---up to $125,000 total---will be given to the World Health Organization's coronavirus relief.

Her new Fabletics capsule collection is expected to launch on April 2.

Watch her three-part interview below: