“I’m not a One Direction fan per say. They’re not bad, they’re great,” she said. “But… they’re like a boy group.”
With One Direction‘s ‘Four’ just a little than a month away, it kind of seems like everyone is a Directioner — well, everyone except Demi Lovato, that is. The ‘Really Don’t Care’ singer recently clarified comments she made about why she doesn’t want to collaborate with the boy band.
“It’s not that big of a deal. People are making it out to be this huge thing,” Demi explained to Montreal Virgin Radio. (Check out her response in the video above). “I collaborate with people that really inspire me. When I want to collaborate with someone, I want to go after Kelly Clarkson. I want to collaborate one day with Eminem. I love Iggy Azalea. These are people that I really want to collaborate with and so I make it a point to collaborate to go after people that I really enjoy.”
But what about her ‘Somebody to You’ collab with the Vamps?
“I did collaborate with the Vamps, but I loved the song,” she clarified. “It was kind of this thing that it’s like, ‘Well, it’s not the type of thing that I’d normally do, but I love the song.’ And they’re good guys.”