The 'Cool for the Summer' singer stunned in a leather ensemble on the pink carpet.
Lovato stunned in the totally black outfit, which included an oversized, floor-length jacket with defined shoulders, as well as a corseted dress and black pumps.
As for her beauty choices, Lovato wore her hair down and slicked back, opted for peachy tones for her makeup, and completed the look with statement earrings.
The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer walked the pink carpet solo, and was not joined by her boyfriend, Jutes, for the occasion. Lovato and Jutes, 32, have been together since August of 2022. The pair stepped out for their first red carpet during GRAMMYs weekend in February at Clive Davis' pre-GRAMMYs party.
Shortly after their outing, a source dished to ET about their romance.
"Demi and Jutes are doing great," a source told ET. "They’re very in love and just enjoying their time together. Her friends and family think Demi and Jutes make a good match and couple. Jutes wants what’s best for her and everyone sees that."
Lovato is set to return for her first VMAs performance in six years, which comes mere days before she drops her highly anticipated new album, REVAMPED.
The new album features rock versions of her hit songs, including the recently released rock versions of "Confident," "Heart Attack," "Cool for the Summer" and "Sorry Not Sorry," featuring Slash. The award-winning singer has previously been nominated 14 times and is up for two categories this year: Best Pop and Video for Good.
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