Demi Lovato
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After going through a whirlwind pandemic relationship with their ex-fiance, Max Ehrich, the Don’t Forget singer, Demi Lovato is ready to enjoy the feeling of solitude and happiness.

Demi publicly came out in 2021 as non-binary and proudly changed her pronouns to they/them which made their fans appreciate them even more as they ended up becoming an inspiration for a lot of people out in there.

Recently, Lovato was spotted having a conversation with Rolling Stone Magazine where they talked about their song filmy (f— it, I miss you). The 29-year-old beauty disclosed that they got inspired by being alone and how they found peace in solitude. Demi opened up with a statement that read, “For me, [it’s] definitely inspired by real life. We did this one early last year so some time has passed. Today, I’m feeling good being alone — but I definitely had my sad moment, for sure.”

In 2020, they got out of their relationship with Ehrich, and through People Magazine’s reports, we got a statement that delivered this news to their fans. The singer also released a breakup song titled, “Still Have Me” whose lyrics included sentences like ‘It feels like someone’s stolen / All the light I ever had’ and ‘Everything around me shattered / All the highs are now just lows / But it doesn’t even matter / ’Cause I’d rather be alone.’ which expressed their feelings regarding the whole falling out.

When being questioned about whether it was weird to revisit the intense song now, they responded with, “Sometimes I write songs and by the time I release them, I’m in a totally different mindset. Whether that’s the case or not, at some point in time, those were true lyrics coming from my heart from where I was in that moment. I never neglect the past and how I felt in the past. I just wear my lyrics like a badge of honor like, ‘Yeah, this is what I’ve been through.”

Demi also opened up about their life and mental health which was greatly influenced by spending some time alone which made them learn new things about themselves. They also talked about how at the beginning of the COVID, they weren’t alone but the situation quickly took a turn and how they enjoyed their time with themselves. They concluded their feelings with, “It was just time that I needed to spend by myself because I feel like my whole life — well not my whole life, but ever since I started dating — I was always talking to somebody or hooking up with someone, or in a relationship, and these past two years have been truly transformative for me.”

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