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Demi Lovato Talks Prioritizing Her Mental Health & Going to Therapy

Demi Lovato Talks Prioritizing Her Mental Health & Going to Therapy

No one’s mental health is perfect all of the time, and Demi Lovato joins a number of celebs, from Ethan Dolan to Katy Perry, who have been outspoken about getting help and staying healthy.

“I take care of my mental health,” the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer tells Entertainment Tonight in a video interview. “It’s definitely something that I prioritize. I see a therapist two days a week, I reach out to people whenever I’m struggling with something.”

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She also prioritizes her mental health by ignoring negative comments online.

“I don’t really deal with body-shamers anymore because I don’t look at it,” Demi continues. “I focus on what I see in the mirror because that’s a beautiful person. If I see a comment that says ‘she’s fat’ or whatever, I let it roll off my back. I’m healthy. Whatever my body is right now is what it is.”


Demi Lovato Talks Mental Health & Therapy

Demi Lovato's New Fabletics Fitness Collection Gives Back to GirlUp!

Demi Lovato's New Fabletics Fitness Collection Gives Back to GirlUp!

Demi Lovato‘s new Fabletics fitness campaign is so fierce!

The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer’s new collection is out today, and on top of being super cute and mega fierce, it’s a collection that will also give back.

Fabletics is partnering back up with Girl Up, and dedicated to creating a community that nurtures inspiring, confident and spirited girls who are able to realize their best selves; and will also continue to SchoolCycle.

Girl Up’s SchoolCycle initiative works with UNFPA to give girls bikes – along with spare parts and maintenance training – so they can continue their education and travel quickly and safely to and from school, as well as give them independence and mobility to create a better future for themselves, their families and communities.

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“I’m so excited to continue working with Fabletics and the design team to launch an even bigger collection for Fall,” Demi shared. “This collection is inspired by my personal style – on stage, at home and in the gym, so I had a lot of fun playing with bold colors, prints, and performance elements that I love.”

The Demi Lovato for Fabletics capsule collection is available on Fabletics.com NOW!

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Rowan Blanchard, Demi Lovato & More Slam Trump's Press Conference Defending Neo-Nazis

Rowan Blanchard, Demi Lovato & More Slam Trump's Press Conference Defending Neo-Nazis

Many young celebrities are speaking out today with outrage, disgust, and sadness after a press conference in which President Donald Trump said “both sides” are to blame for the violence in violence in Charlottesville.

“You had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists,” he said. “The press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people but you also had troublemakers.”

Trump also blamed counter-protestors, calling them the “alt left.”

Now young figures in the entertainment industry, from Demi Lovato to Colton Haynes to Cole Sprouse, are now fighting back in droves.

Rowan Blanchard was disgusted by his claim that there were “fine people” protesting the statue being taken down.

Demi is taking a stand no matter what people might say.

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Demi Lovato Urges Fans: 'Do Not Listen to Evil No Matter How Loud It Gets'

Demi Lovato Urges Fans: 'Do Not Listen to Evil No Matter How Loud It Gets'

Demi Lovato has a special message for her fans.

The “Instruction” crooner headed through LAX Airport to board her plane on Monday (August 14) in Los Angeles.

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She wore a black denim jacket covered in colorful graffiti that included the words, “Less Money More Problems.”

Demi paired the jacket with a grey t-shirt with holes in it, black skinnies, and black sandals with silver chains.

Demi has been speaking out about the violence in Charlottesville, Va., and she took to Instagram to post the photo below.

“With everything that’s going on, it’s so easy to look the other way and say ‘I don’t want to watch the news, it’s too negative’ or dismiss what’s going on in our country because it’s too scary to actually be true,” she captioned it. “But it is. Violence and hate is overwhelming our country today and it’s time that this generation changes that.”

“Black, Muslim, gay, bisexual, trans, etc. you are perfect the way you are and you ARE LOVED,” she added. “Do not listen to evil no matter how loud it gets. I am with you during this time and things will change. #stopthehate #prayforpeace #prayforcharlottesville.”

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FYI: Demi is wearing a Levi‘s Trucker Jacket.

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Demi Lovato: 'We Must Speak Out Against The Hate'

Demi Lovato: 'We Must Speak Out Against The Hate'

Demi Lovato is using her platform to speak up against violence and to spread love.

The 24-year-old entertainer went on a bit of a tweet spree to talk about the horrible news in Charlottesville, where there are white supremacist rallies, violence, and where one woman was killed.

“My heart is broken. No matter how uncomfortable it is, we must pay attention and we must speak out against the hate, racism and violence that is overwhelming our country today,” she wrote on her Twitter account.

“I have faith though. Let’s rebuild our country on what it was meant to be built upon: freedom and Love. Please, I beg of the evil to let go of the prejudice and racism and to #stopthehate. #prayforCharlottesville,” she continued.

“Yesterday I didn’t watch the news or look at anything online because it was too heartbreaking. Today I can’t look the other way anymore,” she concluded. “Use your voice to spread love and positivity. Use your voice to spread acceptance and peace. Every voice counts.”

Wesley Stromberg Covers Demi Lovato With Spencer Sutherland & Rajiv Dhall - Watch Now!

Wesley Stromberg Covers Demi Lovato With Spencer Sutherland & Rajiv Dhall - Watch Now!

Wesley Stromberg recruited some friends for an epic cover of “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato!

The 23-year-old singer teamed up with Rajiv Dhall and Spencer Sutherland as they hit the studio to record their take on the song.

Not only did the guys’ vocals sound totally amazing together, they all looked super cute too!

Wesley, Rajiv and Spencer all goofed off while recording the song and got silly in front of the camera, trying on hats and making funny faces.

Check out their awesome cover below…

This is How Demi Lovato Stays Motivated During Her Work-Outs

This is How Demi Lovato Stays Motivated During Her Work-Outs

Demi Lovato works hard to be healthy and to keep in shape — but even she doesn’t love exercise all the time.

“It’s knowing how great I’m going to feel after,” the 24-year-old pop princess told People of her motivation for working out. “I always feel more energized when I exercise in the morning — it helps me throughout the day.”

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It also helps her to get through grueling work-outs to remember that all you can do is take care of yourself, and beyond that, it’s all about self-love.

“I know I’m doing everything I can to take care of myself,” she continued, “If there’s something about my body that I don’t like, I remind myself that it doesn’t define who I am. The more you tell yourself that you’re beautiful, the more you start to believe it.”

Well said. While most of us don’t work out as hard or often as Demi, we can definitely take her words about self-confidence and achieving your goals to heart.

Demi Lovato is Tired of Being Labelled as Bipolar: 'It's Not Who I Am'

Demi Lovato is Tired of Being Labelled as Bipolar: 'It's Not Who I Am'

Demi Lovato has been open about living with bipolar disorder, so much so that she was even honored with the Artistic Award of Courage at the Open Mind Gala back in March.

Still, she doesn’t like that the word is used so often to define her.

“I think when people refer to me as being bipolar, it’s something that’s true – I am bipolar – but I don’t like people to use it as a label,” the 24-year-old “Sorry Not Sorry” singer told Elvis Duran in an interview, “It’s something that I have, it’s not who I am.”

Still, she doesn’t plan to stop speaking out about having bipolar disorder anytime soon.

“The more people know about it, the more people are going to be able to find solutions to what they’re going through,” she continued, “I just happen to be in a position where more people would hear my voice than they would have 10-15 years ago, so I use my voice to do more than just sing.”

We applaud her for doing so.

Listen to her full podcast segment on iHeartRadio’s Label Defiers here.