Singer Demi Lovato Photo By: Danny Moloshok/Reuters
The singer Demi Lovato he revealed in an interview published on Tuesday, the 14th, was one of the the application dating Rayathat is exclusive to celebrities and people related to them, but it was rejected for when you try to create a new account when they deleted the original one.
In an interview for the magazine Harper’s Bazaar she told me to delete the account, as a form of “respect” for the person, with whom she had begun to relate to others, but at the end he tried to go back to the app. “I thought, ‘you know what? It’s all good. I don’t have to be in it, because I think that it should be left alone for now,” says Demi on the block.
Openly bisexual, she also talked about how if you imagine yourself in the future, and points out that you don’t see it, not necessarily with someone of a particular gender: “I think it would be a lot of fun to have a child with a woman… so I don’t know what the future will be, and I’m open to just about everything. People ask what is my type, and I say to you, ‘you’ve seen my track record?’. There is no one type. It is based on the connection. I wanted to be able to say, ” I only dating attractive people’. But I don’t do it”, joked about it.
Demi also said she appreciated the amount of time the public given that they could address the internal issues, after suffering a drug overdose in 2018, and admitted to a rehabilitation clinic. “I think that’s the biggest mistake I made when I was 18 years old when I first went into treatment, went back to work after six months,” he said to her.
The singer pointed out that you want to make it clear what has happened to her over the past few years with their new album, which is expected to be launched in the second half of the 2020s. “It’s more important to focus on all the joy and support that you have joined us. It has to be ok for someone who is going through this [problemas com vícios] ask for help,” said she.
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