Wilmer Valderrama has nothing but praise for girlfriend Demi Lovato.
Shortly after posting a “payback” selfie of Lovato sleeping in bed, the 35-year-old actor spoke lovingly about the support the “Confident” singer has shown for his current TV gig, starring as Will Blake on Fox's Minority Report.
“She loves what I’m doing here, she loves this show,” Valderrama told ET on the set of the futuristic crime drama in Vancouver on Wednesday. “She’s obsessed with Minority Report – she doesn’t miss it.”
The two reunited on the small screen when Lovato made her debut on Valderrama’s other drama, El Rey’s From Dusk Till Dawn, earlier this week as the badass Maia.
“She came to play on From Dusk Till Dawn, which was great – to have fun together,” he said, reflecting on their time on set.
And Valderrama let slip that there’s a major nod to Lovato on Minority Report.
“I don’t know if you guys noticed, but we were able to find a little way to sneak her into this show here too,” he revealed, referring to a large poster of his girlfriend that hangs in Vega’s (Meagan Good) apartment. “She’s an oldie artist in the future and she’s on the wall here as an icon – the icon that she is surely becoming.”
“So I’m just making sure that the world knows that in 2065 [the year Minority Report takes place], she definitely has like 30 GRAMMYs,” he said with a laugh.
“It makes it really relatable and I think fans can get a kick out of seeing how it turned out for their favorite artist in the future,” Valderrama continued. “Her legs and arms are in every shot in the apartment with Vega, so she's been starring on Minority Report for a while too."
"It's really cute, it's very sweet and I'm really happy to share that stuff with her," he added.
Last year, Lovato told ET that Valderrama is "one of the most incredible people on the planet," and has often credited her beau for helping her through her past struggles with addiction and an eating disorder.
"I think Demi is on a path for mega-stardom," Valderrama told ET in July. "I think she's gonna redefine pop culture in a level that people can't even expect next year."
Minority Report airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.