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Ethan Gonzalez
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After signing with Hollywood Records, Lovato released her[a] pop rock debut album, Don't Forget (2008), which debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200. Its follow-up, Here We Go Again (2009), debuted at number one in the U.S., while its title track reached number 15 on the Hot 100. Her third studio album, Unbroken (2011), experimented with pop and R&B and spawned the U.S. platinum-certified single "Skyscraper". She released her eponymous fourth album in 2013, which debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, and contained the top-ten international song "Heart Attack". Lovato's fifth and sixth albums, Confident (2015) and Tell Me You Love Me (2017), infused soul and mature themes. She earned a Grammy Award nomination for Confident, while "Sorry Not Sorry", the lead single from Tell Me You Love Me, became her highest-charting single in the U.S., reaching number six. After a hiatus, her seventh album Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over followed in 2021, which reached number two in the U.S., and her eighth album, Holy Fvck, released in 2022.




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Lovato has sold over 24 million records in the United States[6] and has also received numerous accolades, including an MTV Video Music Award, 14 Teen Choice Awards, five People's Choice Awards, two Latin American Music Awards, a Guinness World Record, and was included on the Time 100 annual list in 2017. An activist for several social causes, Lovato's struggles with an eating disorder and substance abuse have received considerable media attention, in response to which she published the self-help memoir Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year (2013) and released the documentaries Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated (2017) and Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil (2021).


A four-part documentary series following Lovato's life premiered on YouTube in March 2021.[212] The series, titled Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, was directed by Michael D. Ratner and showcased her personal and musical journey over the past three years.[213][214] It was later announced that Lovato's seventh studio album, titled Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over, would be released on April 2, 2021. Lovato defined it "the non-official soundtrack to the documentary".[215] The album features collaborations with Ariana Grande, Noah Cyrus and Saweetie, as well as the previously released "What Other People Say", a collaboration between Lovato and Australian singer-songwriter Sam Fischer, initially released on February 4, 2021.[216] Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 74,000 album-equivalent units in the US.[217] Prior to the release of the album, Lovato released one of the two title tracks "Dancing with the Devil" on March 26,[218] and "Met Him Last Night" on April 1, 2021.[219] The Dave Audé remix of the song was nominated for Best Remixed Recording at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.[220] On August 20, 2021, Lovato released the "Melon Cake" music video.[221]


Lovato launched a podcast series titled 4D with Demi Lovato on May 19, 2021, with new episodes releasing every Wednesday.[222][223] Confirmed guests for the podcast include Chelsea Handler, Jane Fonda, Jameela Jamil, Alok Vaid-Menon, and Glennon Doyle.[224] On July 30, 2021, a talk show hosted by Lovato titled The Demi Lovato Show was released on Roku's streaming platform.[225] Consisting of ten-minute episodes, it features candid, unfiltered conversations between Lovato and both expert and celebrity guests, exploring topics such as activism, body positivity, gender identity, sex, relationships, social media, and wellness.[226] The show had initially been announced in February 2020 to air on Quibi under the title Pillow Talk with Demi Lovato before Quibi sold its contents to Roku.[227][228]


On September 17, 2021, American rapper G-Eazy released "Breakdown" featuring Lovato as the second single from his album These Things Happen Too.[229] On September 30, Lovato launched a four-episode series titled Unidentified with Demi Lovato on Peacock.[230] The show follows Lovato as she searches for signs of extraterrestrial life with her sister Dallas and friend Matthew Montgomery.[231]


Lovato describes her sexuality as fluid, and has said she is open to finding love with someone of any gender.[293][294] In July 2020, she labeled herself queer in a social media statement mourning the death of her Glee co-star Naya Rivera.[295] In March 2021, Lovato came out as pansexual and sexually fluid, stating "I've always known I was hella queer, but I have fully embraced it." In the same interview, she called herself "just too queer" to date men at the time. She also expressed feeling proud of belonging to the "alphabet mafia", referring to the LGBT community.[296][297]


On May 19, 2021, Lovato publicly came out as non-binary and announced the decision to change her gender pronouns to they/them, stating that "this has come after a lot of healing and self-reflective work. I'm still learning and coming into myself; I don't claim to be an expert or a spokesperson. Sharing this with you now opens another level of vulnerability for me."[298][299] She had previously come out as non-binary to her family and friends towards the end of 2020.[300][301][302] Lovato later changed her pronouns to include she/her in April 2022,[303] and described herself the following August as a "fluid person" who had "adopted the pronouns of she/her again" after starting to feel "more feminine".[304][305] That September, she reiterated that she "still feel[s] very comfortable with they/them".[306]


Lovato also stated that her drug and alcohol addiction not only caused her to nearly overdose several times, but later began to impact her ability to perform live and promote her Unbroken album, referencing a 2012 performance on American Idol where she was severely hungover.[321][323][324] After her management team had expressed their intentions to leave her, Lovato agreed to resume treatment and counseling for her addiction, leading to her move to a sober-living facility in Los Angeles with roommates and responsibilities to help her overcome her drug and alcohol problems.[321][324] Although she had previously stated that she was entirely done with hard drugs such as heroin, Lovato revealed in March 2021 that she was not completely sober; she drank alcohol and smoked marijuana in moderation at that point, a choice that many of her friends openly disagreed with. She decided on moderation as she felt she was setting herself up for failure if she told herself she was never going to drink or smoke again. Lovato said it was because it had been drilled into her that "one drink was equivalent to a crack pipe."[325] This changed the following December when she abandoned her "California sober ways" and declared herself "sober sober".[326][327]


In 2021, Lovato said she had initially accepted her bipolar diagnosis and shared this in 2011 because it explained her erratic behavior, but later came to believe it was inaccurate: "I was acting out when I was 18 for many reasons, but I know now from multiple different doctors that it was not because I was bipolar. I had to grow the fuck up."[328] Lovato also stated that the diagnosis has been revised to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).[329]


In 2021, Lovato said she was raped at age 15 when she was an actor on the Disney Channel, and that the rapist was a co-star whom she had to continue seeing thereafter. The incident contributed to her bulimia and self-harm. She told someone about the incident, but the assaulter "never got in trouble for it. They never got taken out of the movie they were in." Lovato stated she did not acknowledge the act as rape at the time, because sexual activity was not normalized to her and she was part of the Disney crowd who wore purity rings and were waiting until marriage. However, she decided to share her experience because she believed that everyone should "speak their voice if they can and feel comfortable doing so". Lovato also stated she was raped during her 2018 drug overdose, realizing a month after the incident that she was not in a place to consent at that point.[343][344]


In September 2021, Lovato performed from the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles to raise awareness of the different crises that the world is going through and promoting global unity, as part of the Global Citizen Live organization.[383]


Lovato became a brand ambassador for the JBL audio company in 2017[392] and for the mug company Ember in 2018.[393] That year, she starred in CORE Hydration's "Finding Balance" campaign; she had become an initial investor of CORE Hydration after first discovering the brand in 2015.[394] Jaguar, JBL, Lyft, Ferrari, TikTok and Samsung products have been featured in Lovato's music videos.[395] She also appeared in commercials for Skechers, Acuvue, Apple, and Fabletics.[396] In 2019, Dior used Lovato's song "Only Forever" from the album Tell Me You Love Me in a series of commercials and social media posts to promote the brand's "Dior Forever" makeup collection; the brand later used Lovato's song "Confident" in March 2021 to promote a new "Dior Forever" foundation in a series of social media campaigns. Since September 2020, Lovato has served as a Mental Health Spokesperson for the online and mobile therapy company Talkspace.[397] In November 2021, Lovato announced the launch of her own vibrator, named Demi Wand, in partnership with Bellesa.[398] The same month, she became Gaia, Inc.'s first celebrity ambassador;[399] this endorsement attracted criticism from fans and the media due to the contents of the platform, which are widely described as promoting conspiracy theories.[400][401][402]


Lovato has earned almost 30 billion streams worldwide.[411] Seven of Lovato's studio albums have debuted in top-5 of the Billboard 200, and four of them have gained more than one billion streams on Spotify.[412][411] With her song "Sorry Not Sorry" Lovato entered the Billions Club on Spotify.[413] According to Recording Industry Association of America(RIAA), Lovato has achieved 31.5 million certified units based on sales and on-demand streaming.[414] As of June 2021, she has sold 2.7 million albums and 23.8 million song downloads and her songs have registered 5.6 billion on-demand streams in the United States.[415] She has a total of 36 chart entries on the US Billboard Hot 100, including 4 top-tens songs.[412] 041b061a72


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