No bad blood here! All is well between Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert.
After TMZ claimed that the two were at odds over reported tour negotiations, Lovato sounded off in an interview with ET at CBS Radio's We Can Survive concert event at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday.
"Adam and I are really good friends, and I love him," she said.
According to TMZ's report, Lovato had allegedly set Lambert as the opening act for her upcoming world tour, but ended up giving his slot to pal Nick Jonas instead.
"Nick is one of my best friends and also business partners," she said on Saturday, neither confirming nor denying the speculation.
Earlier this year, Jonas and Lovato teamed up as co-owners on a new record label, Safehouse Records. Their friendship dates back to the pair's Disney days. The duo first shared the screen in Disney Channel's Camp Rock back in 2008, and their respective series on the network -- Lovato starred in Sonny with a Chance, and Jonas in Jonas -- each aired shortly thereafter.
Lambert also tweeted about the rumored feud, assuring his fans that it was nothing more than #rumors.
Conveniently, "Rumors" is also the name of a track on Lambert's album, The Original High. The American Idol alum gushed about the collaboration with Tove Lo in an interview with ET earlier this year.
"It's about calling out how people get so hung up on rumors and gossip," he said. "I really liked singing with her."
See more from our sit-down with Lambert in the video below.