Bea Miller takes the stage during Demi Lovato‘s set on the Future Now Tour on Sunday night (August 21) in at the Key Arena in Seattle, Wash.
The 17-year-old former X Factor finalist was invited to sing a duet of her single “Yes Girl” with Demi, which you can watch below.
“At one point on the tour, she went out of her way one of the nights – I think it was the second night – and when I came offstage, she was standing there, and she had taken the time to listen to my whole set,” Bea recently told People about how she and Demi got close. “That’s just the kind of person she is. She’s one of the most amazing people in my life, and she is definitely the kind of person who’s there for you when you need something.”
Demi Lovato has apologized after joking about the Zika virus in a now deleted Snapchat.
The 23-year-old singer wrote on Twitter, “In no way did I mean to offend anyone last night. I was laughing at how southern my mom sounded, not the issue at hand. Deepest apologies.”
Demi‘s mom, Dianna de la Garza added, “My deepest and sincerest apologies to everyone who was offended by this. I never meant to hurt anyone. I’m sorry.”
In the Snapchat story, Demi shared a video of Dianna saying, “Everybody down in Rio gonna get the Zika virus” and immediately after, was criticized on Twitter for the video.
Demi continued on Twitter: “If you watch everything I do, you’re still a fan.. I ain’t goin nowhere b******. It’s an awesome feeling when you’re so content with life and yourself that hate doesn’t effect you.. Feelin’ good y’all.”