Demi Lovato is a powerhouse. She’s a strong independent woman who’s gone through a lot more than one person deserves in a lifetime.
She started her showbiz career out when she was only a kid, starring on Barney with her then best friend Selena Gomez.
She then went out to tell the world about her problems with self-harm and even got a tattoo on her wrists to remind herself that everything would be okay. The tattoo says, “Stay Strong.”
Lovato also suffered from an almost fatal drug overdose in 2016. Right before the overdose she wrote the words to the song, “Anyone” which she performed at the Grammys.
In 2017, she told her parents about her sexuality. But what is her sexuality exactly?
Lovato took to an interview with InStyle to talk about what sexuality really means to her.
“I’m very fluid. I think love is love. You can find it in any gender. I like the freedom of being able to flirt with whoever I want,” Lovato stated.
On Andy Cohen’s radio show she recently spoke up about what it was like to tell her parents about her sexuality.
“It was actually, like emotional, but really beautiful. After everything was done I was like shaking and crying and I just felt overwhelmed,” Lovato told Cohen.
When questioned about her father’s response she said, “My dad was like, ‘yeah, obviously,’ and I was like, ‘oh, okay dad.'”
It’s good that she had such an accepting family, as many people who come out as LGBTQ+ don’t have that luxery.
When it came to her mom, she was a little bit more nervous. Lovato said, “My mom was the one that I was like super nervous about, but she was just like, ‘I just want you to be happy.’ That was so beautiful and amazing, and like I said, I’m so grateful.”
When asked about the future and children, she responded with, “I don’t know what my future looks like. I don’t know if I’m going to have kids this year or in 10 years. I don’t know if I’m going to do it with a partner or without.”
Lovato has sighted multiple times that going to therapy has helped her in ways that she never thought that it could.
It’s a beautiful thing for her to say, especially since a lot of people around the world think therapy is bad, or don’t believe that it’s really useful.
She’s holding her ground as an inspiration, and we can’t wait to see how she’s doing in 10 years.
She’s been through so much, and we’re incredibly proud of her ability to keep standing up after she’s been knocked down.