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  1. Available only on a rare limited CD at target, Demi Lovato uploaded on all platforms the 17 track Deluxe CD that was sold exclusively at target featuring two studio tracks " Smoke and Mirrors" and " Ready for Ya"..I think it will be fall 2025 when the target Version of Dancing with the devil... The art of starting over will get it's digital platform upload..
  2. Few hours after thirsting after hot Tik Tok star, Demi accidentally posted her ***** on insta story and deleted it after few minutes. We can't link to the photos here but they're out there. Not the first time she's done something like this tho.
  3. Update: Demi apologized. Earlier: Demi Lovato put a small local dessert shop on blast for offering sugar free cookies and displaying them near the counter so they're hard to miss. You know, smart marketing. Well, Demi was not feeling this. Not her using her immense social influence to put these little guys on blast Thoughts, Exhale? BTW this isn't a 'let's bash Demi' topic. Just want your thoughts. Politely Related:
  4. Demi Lovato is under fire (again), this time for celebrating 420 despite dealing with substance abuse issues. She posted a photo smoking a bowl and captioned it "Happy 420,." Demi also accompanied her post with her song, "California Sober" - it's a term she's used to describe her current sobriety state: she abstains from all drugs with the exception of w**d and alcohol. One fan wrote: "not demi lovato showing off her smoking w**d on her stories... idk some followers might struggle with it. "It might not cause physical addiction but can be a hard vice for people still...." A second one tweeted: "Something about Demi Lovato sitting in Hawaii posting pics smoking w**d while simultaneously trying to take down a small business for having options for diabetics just doesn’t sit right with me." And a third one said: "not Demi Lovato being triggered by yogurt shops for eating disorders and recovery and then glamorizing the use of w**d to her 102 million followers on Instagram? "everyone is entitled to do what they want but don’t be a hypocrite in the process." No comment Related:
  5. The rumors that Demi Lovato donated $100,000 and wrote an apology letter to the fro-yo shop she called out are not true. If you're unsure of what we're talking about visit this Exhale topic. The shop claims the stuff floating online about it are Photoshopped. "We have not heard anything from Demi since her 'sorry, not sorry' apology on Monday. We have not heard from her team," they said. Related:
  6. Law & Order: SVU's Mariska Hargitay just posted this on her social media: Mariska just showed Demi replied to her. Related:
  7. Rejoice Exhale! Our queen Demitria knows we are starving for her music, and has decided to release an album on April 2nd titled Dancing with the Devil, The Art of Starting Over. It features Ariana Grande, Saweetie and Sam Fisher. The music video for the album title track is out as well.
  8. Justin Bieber's new album Justice is #1 again this week, thwarting Demi Lovato's chance for a top spot by just a small margin. They both sold 74K. It appears only a handful of copies stood between Demi and the #1 spot. It's worth mentioning they're both managed by Scooter Braun, so... yikes. Demi deserved it. Exhale, which album is your favorite between the two? Related:
  9. Demi Lovato is getting backlash on the Internet (what's new? 🙄) for saying she feels a bit of survivor's guilt following DMX's overdose. She wonders why she didn't suffer the same fate as DMX following her overdose, but is grateful of course. I think it's weird the Internet is saying she's making DMX's tragedy about her. She was clearly asked about this during her interview with TMZ (why is she speaking with TMZ smh). Exhale, thoughts? Is Demi overstepping or is the Internet being dramatic? Sound off. Related:
  10. The Korean company that launched K-pop sensation BTS is paying $1.05 billion for a star-studded U.S. media group behind the careers of global stars Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. Big Hit Entertainment, which is changing its name to HYBE, is investing 1.07 trillion won ($950 million) into its U.S. unit to acquire Ithaca Holdings LLC, led by music impresario Scooter Braun. Big Hit will pay a total of $1.05 billion to shareholders and bondholders to purchase Ithaca, according to a regulatory filing in Seoul Friday. The acquisition of Ithaca would be the first major foray into the U.S. market for Big Hit Entertainment. Braun, currently Ithaca’s chief executive officer, will join the board of HYBE, the companies said in a statement. As part of the transaction, Carlyle Group will sell its significant minority stake in Ithaca, which it has held since 2017. BTS featuring Justin Bieber/Ariana Grande/Demi Lovato? Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-02/k-pop-agency-to-buy-justin-bieber-manager-s-firm-for-1-billion
  11. The docuseries is titled Dancing with the Devil. She's also releasing a song of the same name. A trailer is out now. In it, Demi talks about her sobriety and says she's suffered from three strokes and a heart attack since. It also features cameos from Elton John and Christina Aguilera. I for one am SO ready to hear all about her overdose. I’m a massive Demi Lovato fan since her Disney days and only wish the absolute best for her... It’s way selfish of me but I hope this is tied with the release of new music, maybe an album! She seems to have strayed away from it all as of late? On Ellen last year, she mentioned that she had been working on a record which is ‘ugly, honest & heavy’ and I am hoping that it hasn’t been scrapped. Some of her best music comes from those places: Anyone, Sober, Warrior, Shouldn’t Come Back... she should stick with it! Her vocals hit home when she sings grittier lyrics. I guess I’m just really excited for a new era Related:
  12. "Smartly explores the carefree and vulnerable ways of describing one's journey." (two minute read) Demi Lovato is determined to find recovery with the newest and boldest projects she's ever had in her career. And if the standalone singles are not enough to openly contemplate her struggles with mental health and addiction, the four-part documentary, Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil, shares the experiences, insights and growth of the 28 year old sober for the past couple of years. The record has a long process before finalizing it's release last Friday, April 2nd. And while Lovato's involvement and campaign towards politics has put her in a less-received situation by the general audience, similar to Katy Perry's "purposeful era", the album is surprisingly a full 180° to her recent public image. Starting with the three track interlude, Anyone is a cry for help. The classic piano driven ballad gives Lovato's voice a lift off while she soars right from the verses to chorus. It is interestingly dark, but the chorus's lines are rather sounded short and pressured. And that feeling where the verses are forced to fit in with the song's melody is also the Dancing With The Devil's issue. However, I.C.U. has paid it's worth to slow down the dramatic productions of the first two tracks, transitioning to a milder yet familiar songs. The Art Of Starting Over and Lonely People deliver a slow-burning vibe that could've been more satisfying if they added some jazz elements to them. She also exploits her ***ual reference through The Kind Of Lover I Am and My Girlfriends Are My Boyfriend, showing a less suggestive and refreshing ways of talking about ***uality without sounding imposed and crass. The subtlety and bittersweet lyricism, matched with the refreshing sound of acoustic guitar makes The Way You Don't Look At Me's texture admirable, desperately what Anyone and Dancing With The Devil are missing. What Other People Say is deliberately the highlight, with the undeniable chemistry and perfect pitch between the two, Fischer gives an outstanding performance layering and supporting Lovato's vocal capabilities, while emoting, "I wish I could shelter the boy I knew / From the constant hell I put him through / 'Cause I'm all grown up and I'm black and blue". While the duet with Fischer has impressively excelled, the following collaborations with Grande and Saweetie are hit and miss. Despite the effort of Grande backing her signature trap-pop sound, Met Him Last Night ends up alienated in the album, though the bridge has a very great build up. Saweetie's part in My Girlfriends Are My Boyfriend sounds unnecessary, since the song's structure could be independent. That rap verse would've been useful to a track with more upbeat production, The Kind Of Lover I Am for instance. [Noah] Cyrus's Easy is a safe take though, generally feels more of an album filler. Melon Cake is definitely the golden-dance-nugget of the record. Enhanced with tropical/electro synths, it could be a potential sleeper hit, and notably similar to Max's So Am I. Moreover, Carefully achieves the mellow progression no other tracks did. The tenuous and breathy vocals, matched with a laidback production, the track is like a child to Perry's Tsunami and Gomez's Bad Liar. Particularly her rendition to Jules's Mad World has blended well with the closing tracks, ironically outdoing 15 Minutes and Butterfly. And it is a good thing the record's narrative is not really in a full circle, wrapping up with the Good Place, the track serves as a self-check with contentment, "Now I'm in a good place / Took a while to feel this way / No longer have to save face / Reconciled with okay". Dancing With The Devil... The Art Of Starting Over shares heavyweight narratives but smartly explores the carefree and vulnerable ways of describing one's journey, from the darkest phase to finding the good place, without severing the album's cohesion. And though Lovato might be left behind by her peers in chart perspective, she finally found a piece of record that could toe to toe with Cyrus's artistic alterations, Grande's ***ual liberation and Gomez's music rarity. What y'all think of the album?
  13. In Reclaiming Power, A former Choreographer of Demi Lovato, was basically attacked by the lovatics and sent death threats and was blamed For the overdose.. Demi Lovato basically probably did a first and actually condemned them for the comments, and due to Demi Lovato focusing on her recovery, she pretty much feels bad for not defending the choreographer, which is why Demi felt was so important to hear her side of the story in Hope's to clear her name.. Unfortunately, she lost all her work as a backlash of the comments, was fired from dance academies and basically felt the wrath of parents and was told several times by mothers. "I don't want my kids around no crack dealers at all". I don't know what she can do to actually prove she wasn't the person that led to the overdose, I applaud Demi for doing the right thing and giving her a platform to clear her name.. As for Scooter Braun, she wanted a manager that was a friend, than a business associate, and Scooter admits he was going to say no, cos he didn't know if she truly could be deemed hirable or marketable after what happened, but after several conversations he decided to take her, cos he realized she just wants a person that's a friend and will treat as a human being instead of how Phil treated her like a working breathing machine. She does admit, she did go to the dealer and do ****** again after rehab to take back her narrative of what happened.
  14. Demi Lovato came out as pan-s-e-x-ual! In her new interview with Joe Roegan, Demi said she's attracted to "anything really." "I'm so fluid now, and a part of the reason why I am so fluid is because I was super closeted off." When Joe Rogan asked if the term "pan***ual" fit her, she responded, "Yeah, pan***ual." "I heard someone call the LGBTQIA+ community the alphabet mafia," she continued, adding "That's it! That's what I'm going with." Lovato continued, "I'm part of the alphabet mafia and proud." Good for her! Whatever makes here happy. Genuine question, what does Pan***ual mean? I tried to google but got confused when gender non-binary came up. Can someone please differentiate the two for me!
  15. This is so cringe. At least TRY and pretend like Spotify are the ones deciding what artists they put on their banners and playlists. Is this payola or simple promotion? Are we liking Demi's new song? Sound off, Exhale. Update: He deleted it. It read "Spotify needs to change it and put her at the top. We are on it." Related:
  16. Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande have a new song together titled "Met Him Last Night." It'll land on Demi's forthcoming album, Dancing With The Devil, The Art of Starting Over." The track drops April 2nd. Here's a preview: Related:
  17. The Guardian report in a new article that the singer reveals in her documentary series that Demi refuses to disclose who the person was but does reveal that she 'had to see that person all the time afterwards.' In her new docuseries Demi Lovate: Dancing with the Devil, which premiered on SXSW yesterday, Demi reveals details about her overdose in 2018: The experience, she then says, mirrors the one she had as a teenager: Demi does not reveal when or where the assault happened but shares that at the time, 2008, she was wearing a purity ring when they were shooting Camp Rock. She reveals that she was public about staying pure and a virgin until marriage. Demi got interviewed while being on the set of Camp Rock 2, 2010, and then she revealed that she is On her encounter with the assaulter, Demi says Demi discloses that the combination of her struggles (bulimia, self-harm) at the time with the pure image she was pressured to maintain did not help her recognise the encounter as r***: On why she chose to speak up about, Lovato shares that: The first episode "Losing Control" of the docuseries, which includes an exclusive first listen to Lovato's new single "Dancing with the Devil," is set to premiere on Youtube on March 23rd. Sending strength and love to Demi! Exhale, please do remain respectful in your comments regarding this vulnerable moment of her life. Related:
  18. Demi Lovato's opening up about the harrowing night she overdosed. In her new documentary, Dancing with the Devil, Demi reveals a terrible, dark secret. Related: Demi Lovato to release 7th studio album 'Dancing With The Devil: The Art Of Starting Over' on April 2nd The New York Times reports the following: "The drug dealer who brought her ****** that night ***ually assaulted her, then left her close to death." I feel so much for her. That is absolutely terrible. She's really brave for sharing this and being so vulnerable. Related:
  19. Demi Lovato opens up about her experience being part of the LGBTQ community. "When I started getting older, I started realizing how queer I really am," the singer explained. "This past year I was engaged to a man, and when it didn’t work, I was like, this is a huge sign. I thought I was going to spend my life with someone. Now that I wasn’t going to, I felt this sense of relief that I could live my truth." I hooked up with a girl and was like, ‘I like this a lot more.’ It felt better. It felt right," she told the outlet. "Some of the guys I was hanging out with—when it would come time to be ***ual or intimate, I would have this kind of visceral reaction. Like, ‘I just don’t want to put my mouth there.’ It wasn’t even based on the person it was with. I just found myself really appreciating the friendships of those people more than the romance, and I didn’t want the romance from anybody of the opposite s**." "I know who I am and what I am, but I’m just waiting until a specific timeline to come out to the world as what I am," Lovato explained. "I’m following my healers’ timeline, and I’m using this time to really study and educate myself on my journey and what I’m preparing to do." Happy for her that she's becoming more comfortable with herself. Thoughts, Exhale? Please don't use this as an opportunity to drag her! Thanks. 🙏 Related:
  20. Demi Lovato struggles with substance abuse issues. She's bravely opened up about it in past interviews, including a close-look at her new documentary, Dancing with the Devil. Lovato nearly died a few years ago from an OD, which produced complications in the time since. I'm no substance abuse expert, however I know first-hand how intoxicating the mentality of "I'm fine now" can be. It's a life-long challenge. Though I'm not a big fan of the "all or nothing" mentality, there are some things in life that do fit into this category imo. Substances like drugs and alcohol are one of them. Your life will be miles better without them, namely if you've struggled in the past. w**d? Fine I suppose. But alcohol? :///// Demi's interview in Glamour worries me a lot. Here's a copy + paste excerpt. Thoughts, Exhale? Am I just being overly sensitive / worrying for no reason? Does she make valid points? Related:
  21. Update: black hair now. Earlier: Update: Another do. Thoughts, Exhale?! Earlier: Personally, I love it. Thoughts, Exhale?
  22. Demi Lovato's song "Heart Attack" randomly goes viral here and there. It really is one of her best songs Someone posted about its epicness on Instagram and Billie Eilish liked the post. Billie has amazing taste - stanning Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears and now Demi. Unfortunately Demi is probably not ever going to perform this song ever again considering she actually had a heart attack following her 2018 OD. Anyone else stan this song like Billie and I do? Related:
  23. Update: it's out! Earlier: Is Grammy Award for Pop Duo/Group performance for 2022 locked? In the lavish luxury set up of a subway train, Demi and Sam posed ferociously in front of the camera for the single artwork. Since Demi had a massive transformation to embrace the Karen in her, she had bleached her hair and gone blonde. However, that did not last long. She's back to sporting her brunette hair with minimal makeup and glasses. Demi wants to show us a really down-to-earth and geeky side of her. Demi also knew Exhale couldn't possibly wait, so she and Sam also shared a snippet of the song. According to some members, WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY isn't just a song; it’s a cultural reset, a reason to breathe; it's the reason why they wake up, the reason why they eat, the reason why they live; it's everything that gives them energy, everything that gives them strength, everything that they’ve ever wanted. For those who asked the same question that I did: WHO DAT??? when I saw Sam Fischer, this video might be the only thing relevant.
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