The singer recently released her latest album ‘Confident’, and will shortly begin a North American arena tour with Nick Jonas.
‘Hello’, Adele’s first single since 2012s Oscar-winning ‘Skyfall’ was released last month and has been number one in the UK charts ever since.
The New York duo took to Twitter to complain that two of their tracks had been used in Lovato’s ‘Stars’ without clearing it with Sleigh Bells first. The singer’s producers have strongly denied the allegations.
It’s not the first time Lovato has been accused of misappropriation of another artist’s ideas. Earlier this year, Katy Perry fans accused Lovato of stealing the idea for ‘Cool For The Summer’, who first sang about kissing a girl with cherry-flavoured lips in 2008.
Better news emerged for the singer last month when she joined Beyonce and Alicia Keys on Michelle Obama’s specially curated Spotify playlist.
The First Lady celebrated International Day of the Girl by putting together the 20 song all-female playlist, which honoured the date (October 11) put aside by the UN to raise awareness about gender inequality across the world.