Demi Lovato took the long weekend to answer some of their fans most burning questions, and thank goodness they did!
The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer revealed quite a bit of information that Lovatics didn’t know they needed like NEW MUSIC.
However, there is a catch.
Unfortunately, Lovatics will have to wait a few more months or even a year to get new vocals from the talented singer.
During their Q&A over the long weekend they admitted that new music was not in the works, right now, but 2022 could bring a lot of new music.
A fan asked “New songs??? Please don’t answer ‘soon’ give us a date,” to which they answered “No plans to release new songs just yet.”
Patience is a virtue!
As bad as that may sound, Demi did follow up with some promising news. One fan asked, “What do you think of a collaboration with Lizzo in 2022? 👀.”
Demi responded, “Done done done.”
I mean, a Demi-Lizzo collaboration is definitely what we all need in the new year.
Demi didn’t expand further, but given Lizzo’s admiration for her and vice versa, it definitely has potential.
Fans may recall Lizzo correcting a paparazzi about Demi’s pronouns. Back in May, Demi announced they were non-binary and went by the pronouns ‘they’ and ‘them.’
They made the announcement while introducing their new podcast while the pop singer said they don’t identify as male or female.
“I want to take this moment to share something very personal with you,” they said. “Over the past year and a half, I’ve been doing some healing and self-reflective work, and through this work I’ve had the revelation that I identify as non-binary.”
Demi also revealed she’s “very single” and could be tempted to date anyone.
The last solid relationship the singer had was with their ex-fiancé, Max Ehrich.
Demi recently opened up about their relationship and engagement to the actor and said breaking up with him was the best decision they ever made.
“Dumping Max was the best thing that ever happened to me,” they said.
For many people in the world, the pandemic, coupled with the lockdown was a difficult experience, especially for people who were used to being outside their homes for long periods.
During a discussion with Kate Sosin of The 19th Represents Summit, Lovato noted that their journey to non-binary and the present use of they/their/them pronouns was not an easy one. In fact, it was a long process, that was finalized after their breakup from Ehrich.