Who was demi lovato dating
Demi Lovato has one of the strongest and most loyal fan bases ever—that's why they're called Lovatics.The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer receives thousands of messages from them daily advocating for her health and happiness.
Then, another Twitter user posted a different photo of the two women together, and their faces can also not be seen. Demi was last linked to MMA fighter Guilherme ‘Bomba’ Vasconcelos, but they split earlier in the year.De Generes was a little more successful asking questions about her and Jonas' friendship after. Is Demi Lovato dating music producer and DJ Lauren Abedini? It all started over the weekend, when a fan took some pictures of two females holding hands at Disneyland.At first glance, Simply Complicated — the title of Demi Lovato's explosive new documentary, which dropped Tuesday (October 17) on You Tube — sounds awfully familiar to one of Facebook's most confusing relationship status options: "It's complicated." But over the course of 78 minutes, Demi unpacks her life piece by piece, speaking candidly about her family, sobriety, and relationships.After dating for six years, her and Wilmer Valderrama called it quits in June 2016, and Demi's since been fully enjoying the single life and the butterflies that come with it.😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/l CJc8ayi BH— Music News & Facts (@musicnewsfact) September 11, 2017According to her own website, Lauren Abedini is known as DJ KITTENS and is based in LA.
When she sat down with The5to9Life, she said that she's "a Persian mutt who grew up on a whole lot of good music.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where everyone is trying to get that soundbite and I am purposefully not giving the soundbite."Though Lovato kept a tight lid on her own sexuality, she did dish on her GLAAD Vanguard Award, which the activist received at 2014's inaugural Trailblazers, a Logo TV special honoring LGBT civil rights pioneers. And people should be accepting of the LGBT community. So, defending and standing up for the LGBT community is something that I’ve always been fearless to do because it’s just the right thing to do."During the event, Lovato revealed her late grandfather was an inspiration to her growing up because he was a gay trailblazer, unintentionally outing"He definitely influenced me a lot," Lovato shares.
She was presented with the award by fellow Disney alum and BFF Nick Jonas."It definitely meant something that it was being presented by somebody who has been very, very close to me for almost 10 years of my life, but also, it felt really amazing that I was being awarded by a whole community of people," she reveals. "I actually would not like to talk about it just because I feel like – I think I outed him, actually, to some relatives, so it’s kind of a sensitive subject."And talk about important influences -- the star opened up about when she was first aware of her LGBT following, at the age of 15, after releasing the song "This Is Me" from her 2008 film, Camp Rock."I had gay guys tell me, 'This song helped me come out to my family because this song represents who I am.' …
(Take a seat, Tinder.) Lovato continued, "I am on a dating app with both guys and girls. Her first date preparations begin around 53 minutes into Simply Complicated, below.
I am open to human connection, so whether that's through a male or a female, it doesn't matter to me." In Simply Complicated, fans get to see exactly what happens when Demi meets someone new, starting from a match on Raya to flirty texts to what she'll wear when they finally meet up. "There's like a certain stigma around a woman having casual sex," Lovato explained later in the doc.
"I just feel like everyone’s always looking for a headline and they always want their magazine or TV show or whatever to be the one to break what my sexuality is," Lovato, 25, says.