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It's so important to showcase the music of it'He explained: 'We’ve always had very open communication and we’re very honest with one another.
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'The idea of Future Now will come to life in a way that we want the fans who come to these shows to feel like they’re a part of something unexpected and special from the moment they walk in to the venue till the moment they leave.'Demi said: 'Now that we are in a place in our careers where we've kind of put our names out there and now it's like a cool opportunity to show people what we can really do just you and I with two instruments.
It's been more than a decade since Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas bonded on the set of Camp Rock, their big break as Disney Channel stars, when they were both just 16 years old.