Demi Lovato Discusses Coming Out as Queer & Performs New Song "Still Have Me" Live
In the wake of her very public break-up from known desperate creep Max Ehrich, Demi Lovato seems to be doing just fine. The singer recently sat done to chat with Queer Eyes' Tan France on coming out as queer in celebration of National Coming Out Day.
Highlight quotes from the sit-down chat with Tan include:
"There were times where I wrote songs about girls that my fans thought I wrote about guys. I'm surprised that some of them didn't figure out that some of the songs were for certain people. I was sharing it with the world and yet I wasn't being completely obvious with what I was talking about."
She realized she was queer in general when she was "young and should not have been watching Cruel Intentions but I did, and it was that scene where they made out on the park lawn and I was like...oh. Wait a minute, I really like that. I want to try it."
"When I was seventeen, I did get down with that and that's when I knew."
"I pretty much told all of my friends and my older sister when I was seventeen. They all knew before I brought it my parents and then the public."
She also performed live for Rock the Vote's Unmute Your Voice Concert, singing her new song "Still Have Me" for the first time as well as several old faves.
Additionally, Demi's new song "Commander in Chief," a thorough takedown of Trump and an arguable protest anthem, recently leaked online. Rumor has it that it will officially be released later this month.