Demi Lovato gushes over ‘sexy’ Jordan Lutes: ‘I couldn’t be more in love’

Demi Lovato “Wouldn’t Change a Thing” about her “sweet angel” Jordan Lutes.

In a heartfelt Instagram post shared in honor of the musician’s birthday Monday night, the “Camp Rock” alum said she “couldn’t be more in love” with her “gorgeous, funny, sexy, talented” boyfriend.

“I’ve waited my whole life to find you and I can’t wait to celebrate so many more birthdays together. You’re a literal dream come true and I’m so grateful to call you mine,” Lovato, 30, gushed.

“Have the best birthday my love.. you deserve it, the world, and more!!!! Here’s to many more 🥰🥰🖤🖤🎂🎂💫💫 I LOVE YOU 😘😘😘.”

The post featured several pics of Lovato and Lutes (aka Jute$) kissing, taking selfies and hanging out in the bedroom.

One of the sweetest snaps from the photo dump showed the musicians soaking up the sun with flower petals laid out in the sand in the shape of a heart in front of them.

Another featured the two packing on the PDA while wading in the ocean together.

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Lutes shared Lovato’s post to his Instagram Stories, writing, “Got all I need for my bday right here. i love u baby.”

As previously reported, the lovebirds – who worked together on Lovato’s album “Holy Fvck” – confirmed their romance last August after they were spotted dining together at New York hotspot LAVO.

The two made their official red carpet debut as a couple in February, locking lips on the red carpet for Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammys gala in Los Angeles.

The same month the couple went public, Lovato’s latest album made waves when she released the song “29,” which seemingly dissed her past highly publicized relationship with “That 70’s Show” star Wilmer Valderrama and their 12-year age gap.

“Finally 29 / Funny, just like you were you at the time,” Lovato sings on the track. “Thought it was a teenage dream / Just a fantasy / But was it yours or was it mine?”

Lovato later defended the song during her “Call Her Daddy” podcast appearance, stating, “If you’re a young girl and you think that it’s sexy or fun to date older men, it’s not OK unless you’re of age. I think sometimes the public needs the truth, and that’s why I decided to release … [this] single.”

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