Happy birthday, Demi Lovato!
The singer turned 30 on Aug. 20 and celebrated the occasion with her new boyfriend, musician Jute$, by her side.
The lovebirds were spotted hand-in-hand over the weekend at celebrity hotspot Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica, Calif.
Lovato turned heads in a red mini dress with a black leather jacket, fishnet stockings and black booties.
The birthday girl completed the look with dark shades and a matching black handbag, while her beau looked equally edgy in a sleeveless studded sweater and a bucket hat.
Earlier Saturday, Jute$ (real name: Jordan Lutes) shared a sweet tribute to the “Camp Rock” alum, posting a series of pics of the pair packing on the PDA.
“happy birthday baby. ur a 30 year old minx and i’m the luckiest schmuck in the world cuz i get to call u mine,” he began.
“making u laugh has become my new obsession cuz ur smile literally cures my depression (there’s a song lyric in there somewhere). i’m so proud of u for not only surviving everything you’ve been through but coming out on top and becoming ur healthiest happiest sweetest self. and that’s all u baby.”
He also noted that Lovato was more than her “music,” her “voice” or her “beautiful face.”
“ur everything,” Jute$ continued. “i’m just here to support u and tell stupid dad jokes when needed.”
Jute$ concluded the lengthy caption, “i love u ???????????????????? … how are u real lol @ddlovato.”
The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer re-shared the post to her Instagram Story, writing, “I love YOU Thank you, baby.”
The cute social media posts came just a few days after the pair publicly stepped out for the first time together, dining at New York hotspot LAVO on Tuesday.
“They were snuggling and sneaking kisses throughout their meal,” a source told Page Six, noting the couple “stuck to water only” and held hands as they left the restaurant.
Lovato has been busy celebrating these days as she also dropped her eighth studio album, “Holy Fvck,” this month. She got candid about focusing on the next decade of her life in a new interview.
“It feels like a door that’s opening to a whole new chapter of my life,” she told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1.
“Through that door I see things like taking time off for myself to work on my spirituality, to travel to places that I want to go to that I’ve never been. Then, once I do that, take time off to start a family, to raise children. Things that bring me joy outside of this industry because this industry is all that I’ve known since I was a child.”