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Max Ehrich

25 Sep 2020
Demi Lovato and her fiance Max Ehrich have called off their engagement after two months. A source with knowledge of the situation exclusively told PEOPLE that the 28-year-old singer and 29-year-old actor amicably split up to "focus on their respective careers". "It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their…
Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich
23 Jul 2020
She said YES! What better way to be cool for the summer than to be engaged? "Cool For The Summer" crooner Demi Lovato said yes to her boyfriend Max Ehrich after he popped the question on Wednesday night. Taking to Instagram to announce her engagement that took place during a stunning beachside proposal, she shared a…
30 Mar 2020
Nothing makes a good distraction from the ongoing global chaos than Demi Lovato accidentally crashing her rumoured boyfriend’s Instagram Live during quarantine. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many celebrities have been going live on social media and revealing a bit more than planned about their innermost thoughts and most especially their private lives just as Lovato…


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Most of its history and culture is lost as the world progresses through modernisation and migration. However, all hope is not lost as certain cultures have found ways to protect their history through oral traditions, written accounts and cultural practices handed down through generations, one of such being Otjize, the red miracle paste of the…
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The Nigeria Police on Thursday said there was no Police helicopter crash in Bauchi State as reported in some sections of the media.
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Leftist Xiomara Castro was sworn in Thursday as the first woman president of Honduras after seemingly resolving a rebellion in her own party that had challenged her authority.
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Chad's junta announced Thursday that a national forum designed to chart the country's future after it seized power last year would be postponed by nearly three months.
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The Special Assistant to Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister on Youth Matters, Mr Isaac David, has enjoined youths to shun violence before, during and after the Area Councils election