Cool for the summer! Demi Lovato stunned alongside Euphoria actress Allie Marie Evans in a provocative photoshoot shot by famed photographer Tyler Shields.
In the black-and-white images, Lovato — who came out as non-binary earlier this year — rocks a blazer paired with a matching lacy bra, as a long leg wearing a shiny stiletto (presumably Evans') rests gently on their shoulder.
Shields, who has photographed the likes of A-list stars like Lindsay Lohan, first worked with the "Anyone" singer ten years ago. The famed shutterbug tells OK! that since they first collaborated, both the photographer and the singer have "grown a lot as artists" — and that this new series of pictures makes them both "excited to see where the work would end up and the images that we would make."
Lovato shared select images from the shoot on their Instagram account, and captioned the one above, "*No louboutins were harmed in the making of this photograph*".
In one shot, Evans appeared in a form-fitting black bodysuit wearing nylon tights as the superstar singer puffs on a cigarette and holds her back.
Shields tells OK! the idea of the steamy shoot was born after Lovato met the actress at their mutual friend Charlotte Lawrence's birthday party. Both talked about ideas and agreed to partake in the artistic photo project.
The gorgeous set of pictures comes as the outspoken advocate spoke out about rapper DaBaby's homophobic comments during his set at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami.
As OK! previously reported, the 28-year-old took to Instagram last week to make a clear statement echoing the voice of queer makeup artist Matt Bernstein, who originally tweeted “hot people listen to the original version of ‘Levitating.’”
Bernstein and Lovato were referencing Dua Lipa's hit song "Levitating" that has a version featuring the controversial rapper and an original version that only features the British pop star.
Within the powerful set of photos featured in the post, was a picture of a man with his nails fully done along with the words “HIV is not a gay disease” written across his chest.