Demi Lovato to ring in New Year with party at Fountainebleau Miami Beach

Singer Demi Lovato poses for photographers upon arrival at the MTV European Music Awards 2017 in London, Sunday, Nov. 12th, 2017. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP)

Demi Lovato is bringing her fine, fit self to Miami for the new year.

The pop star will be joined by DJ and producer KYGO at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach to kick off an evening to remember.

Will Lovato have anyone on her arm? She and Wilmer Valderrama went their their separate ways last year but are still super amicable.  She brought him along when the 25 year old performed at the Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin Eve with Ryan Seacrest concert in Times Square in New York City to ring in 2016. Times they are changing.

Last week, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer was spotted partying with soccer star Neymar in London.

But on Sunday night, Lovato turned heads when she showed up at the American Music Awards   with transgender lawmaker Danica Roem.

“We connected because I heard her story. She is actually the first out and seated transgender state legislator in American history, and when I heard that, I was just completely inspired by it,” the former Disney Channel star told E! News. “I wanted to have her in the audience with me tonight because I feel like we have been through some of the same things and now we get to share this experience together.”

So these days, it seems Demi is more about making statements than having a love life. We get it, Lovatics. She also has a new track in which she sings in Spanish with Luis Fonsi, “Echame La Culpa (Blame Me)”.

#EchameLaCulpa ✨ November 17th @luisfonsi

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READ: Someone give this guy a Spanish lesson: Justin Bieber can’t sing Despacito live

Back to the sure to be epic  party: It will also feature a performance at LIV by Grammy “Album of the Year” nominee Travis Scott, who is “dating” Kylie Jenner and is rumored to be the man responsible for her alleged baby bump. 

Ticket prices start at $350 for one general admission ticket, with private tables ranging from $4,000 to $40,000 for a stage-side private space for up to 25 guests.   All tickets include premium open bar until 12 a.m.

New this year, is Fontainebleau’s “Family Experience” package offering guests of all ages a chance to toast the New Year together. For one night only, the resort will turn La Cote restaurant and the La Cote lawn into an extension of the poolside party where families can enjoy the night’s performances.

Available exclusively at the restaurant, guests will indulge in a gourmet buffet dinner and those those 21 and over will enjoy premium open bar from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Package info, call (305) 674-46 or click fontainebleau.com/NYE

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