Demi Lovato and Noah Cyrus Hold Hands After Attending Six Flags Event With Friends

Their outing comes a week after the two performed their song 'Easy' at a Pride event.

Demi Lovato and Noah Cyrus had a fun night out on the town.

The two singers were photographed holding hands while they attended the Space Jam: A New Legacy party in the Park After Dark event at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, earlier this week.

Lovato, 28, rocked a black beanie, a hot pink shirt and tie-dye pants, while Cyrus, 21, wore a white oversized sweatshirt, jeans with patches and a navy beanie. The two were also joined by the former Sonny With a Chance star's friend, Matthew Scott Montgomery.

The two recently worked together, with Lovato teaming up with Cyrus to record a song titled "Easy" for their latest album, Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over.


Cyrus and Lovato's outing comes a week after the two performed the collaboration for the first time during the YouTube Pride 2021 event. The artists were joined by the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles.

Following their performance, Lovato shared a photo of the two and thanked Cyrus for joining them onstage.

"Thank you @noahcyrus for closing out the night w me for @youtube’s pride 2021 celebration 🎊🙏🏼🙌🏼 I’m so happy we finally got to sing our song together 💞#Easy," Lovato captioned the snap.

Cyrus replied in the comments section, "thank you for having me ❤️❤️❤️ yiu were effortlessly perfect and im never not in awe of u 😢😢😢."

Noah also posted a clip of their performance on her Instagram page, writing, "proud and honored to have performed “Easy” for @youtube’s #pride2021 event alongside @ddlovato and the @transchorusla."

"Demi, thank you for having me. I’m so proud of you and who you are," she continued. "HAPPY F**KINNNGGGG PRRIIIIIIDE to ALL my lgbtq+ brothers and sisters, you have my endless love and support forever n always ❤️💛💚💙💜."

Lovato recently came out as non-binary, and in an interview with Audacy, they said their "family has done an incredible job" with the pronoun usage.

"My family has done an incredible job… I’ve noticed (Dallas) using them and they and it really does warm my heart up that people are trying," Lovato shared, adding that their friends haven't adjusted quite as easily. "My friends have had a little harder time to get used to actually."

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