While gracing the blue carpet at the event held at The Glasshouse in New York City on Tuesday, the "Melon Cake" singer posed in an elegant black and white off-the-shoulder gown by Hellessy, complete with opera gloves.
Adding some bling to the stunning look, Lovato, 30, sported David Yurman's Albion and Wheaton rings in sterling silver with pavé diamonds. Her stylist Dianne Garcia who put together the ensemble for the evening also paired the singer's outfit with matching footwear by Stuart Weitzman.
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Joining other high-profile figures in support of the charity including actress Alyssa Milano, American gymnast Laurie Hernandez and fashion designer Christian Siriano, Lovato also showcased her "Love" and "Fear" tattoos — which she first debuted to the public earlier this year in May — on her shoulder, donning pink lipsticks and her recent signature short hair with bangs.
The sighting comes after Lovato celebrated her first Thanksgiving together with her boyfriend Jutes (real name Jordan Lutes) last week.
Lovato told her social media followers how "grateful" she was to spend the holiday with her new beau.
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Jutes was the subject of most of Lovato's Instagram stories on Thursday. First, the singers posed for a sweet mirror selfie in the bathroom. Lovato shared another selfie shortly after with the words "Grateful for this guy @jutesmusic," written over it.
The new couple enjoyed some time outside on Thanksgiving, as Lovato shared a photo of her new man and her dog in the car. "My boys," the singer wrote.
Lovato, who now uses both she/her and they/them pronouns, has been coy about sharing her dating life on Instagram. On Nov. 22, the singer first referred to Jutes as her boyfriend on the app.
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In August, PEOPLE revealed that Lovato was in a "healthy and happy relationship" with the musician. Since then, things have been heating up between the pair.
According to a source close to the couple, their shared experiences in the music industry, as well as their shared sobriety journey, have brought them closer.
"They joke, laugh, talk about their mutual personal problems, and what they overcame as young people in the music business," an insider told PEOPLE at the time. "He is in awe of her talent and very supportive."