Demi Lovato has been making headlines left and right ever since the release of Dancing With the Devil.
The singer began seeing Max Ehrich in March of 2020. In July, they made an announcement about their engagement, and by late September, they had broken it off. Additionally, people have become more forthcoming about their gender identification and sexual orientation. Fans may be a little uncertain about Demi’s position on the spectrum at this point.
Demi Lovato is thus gay, or do they want to use an other term entirely?
In May 2021, Demi Lovato came out as non-binary
Demi Lovato made the admission on her podcast 4D with Demi Lovato on May 19, 2021.
In an excerpt from the podcast that was shared on Instagram, she stated, “I want to take this moment to share something extremely personal with you. “I’ve been doing some healing and introspective work over the past 1.5 years. And I’ve learned through this work that I identify as nonbinary. With that said, I’ll officially switch to using they/them as my pronouns.”
“I feel that this best portrays the fluidity I experience in my gender expression and allows me to feel the most real and true to the person I both know I am and are constantly discovering,” they continued.
Demi Lovato is gay?
Demi Lovato said that they identify as pansexual on Joe Rogan’s podcast on March 27, 2021. The singer, who has previously been out about their sexual flexibility, told EW that after breaking off their engagement to their ex-fiance, Max Ehrich, they came to the realization that they are currently interested in being married to a male.
Demi disclosed, “Whether there is drama or not, I am currently too queer to wed a man. I adore loving myself, but I have no idea if it will change in ten years or if it never will.”
The singer opted not to address their sexuality for a long period. But in September 2015, Demi “came out” as bisexual without formally declaring it. They were guests on the British late-night talk show Alan Carr: Chatty Man when Alan questioned Demi about the meaning of the line in their song “Cool for the Summer,” “Got a taste for the cherry, I just need to take a bite.”
They responded, “I’m not confirming and I’m definitely not denying. “My songs are all inspired by real-life events. In my opinion, there is absolutely nothing wrong with experimentation.”
The openly gay Alan said, “I tried it once and it stuck.”
“Hey, I never said that it failed to stick either. I didn’t claim that it failed to adhere, “Demi replied, drawing cheers from the audience in the studio.
Here’s the Youtube Video by Alan Carr: Chatty Man
In their YouTube documentary Simply Complicated, released in 2017, Demi made their first-ever public (and direct) declaration that they were open to dating both men and women. Later, they made their sexual orientation more explicit in an interview for the InStyle magazine cover. They said, “I’m really fluid. “I believe in love. It is available for any gender. I enjoy having the flexibility to flirt with anybody I choose.
Demi Lovato was aware of their queerness at a young age
Demi hosted the Coming Out 2020 special on Facebook Watch on October 11, 2020, which is National Coming Out Day. They discussed that moment when they discovered they were LGBT with co-host Tan France.
In reference to the kiss shared by Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair in the 1999 film Cruel Intentions, Demi remarked, “It was definitely when I was young and should not have been watching Cruel Intentions but I did. It was that scene where they made out on the park lawn. “I simply said, “Oh, hold on a second.” I was like, “I want to try it!” I really like that.”
Then, they said, “I did get down with that when I was like, 17, and that’s when I knew.” “You desire the tea? I’m done now!”
Demi said, ” “I have occasionally written songs about girls that my fans mistook for songs about men. I find it surprising that some of them failed to realize that some of the songs were intended for particular audiences. I was telling the world about it, but I wasn’t being quite clear about what I was saying. My sanctuary was music.”
Here’s the Instagram post by tanfrance
Returning to the initial query, it appears that Demi identifies as pansexual or sexually fluid, which means that a person’s sex or gender doesn’t always affect whether or not they are attracted to them.
And what about that? Well done for having the courage to freely express this aspect of who they are.