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  1. Demi Lovato recently shared that she has adopted the pronouns she/her again and does not use they/them right now. The 29-year-old singer shared about how she felt last year and why she has adopted those pronouns when being interviewed on the Spout Podcast. When asked about they/them pronouns, Demi said, "I've actually adopted the pronouns of she/her again with me. So for me, I'm such a fluid person that I don't really and I don't find that I am... I felt like, especially last year, my energy was balanced and my masculine and feminine energy so that when I was faced with the choice of walking into a bathroom and it said, women and men, I didn't feel like there was a bathroom for me because I didn't feel necessarily like a woman. I didn't feel like a man. I just felt like a human. And that's what they/them is is about. For me, it's just about like feeling human at your core." "Recently I've been feeling more feminine, and so I've adopted she/her again. But I think what's important is, like, nobody's perfect. Everyone messes up pronouns at some point, and especially when people are learning, it's just all about respect," Demi concluded. Related:
  2. The new album will feature 16 new tracks, including previously released "Skin of My Teeth" and three collaborations. Demi previously teased a collab with Royal & the Serpent, and they will also have songs with Yungblud and Dead Sara. Royal & the Serpent and Dead Sara will actually be joining Demi on the road this fall for the Holy **** Tour! Keep reading below for the full track list for Holy ****... 1. Freak (feat. Yungblud) 2. Skin of My Teeth 3. Substance 4. Eat Me (feat. Royal & The Serpent) 5. Holy **** 6. 29 7. Happy Ending 8. Heaven 9. City of Angels 10. Bones 11. Wasted 12. Come Together 13. Dead Friends 14. Help Me (feat. Dead Sara) 15. Feed 16. 4 Ever 4 Me https://www.justjaredjr.com/2022/07/14/demi-lovato-announces-track-list-for-upcoming-album-holy-****/
  3. Justice for Demi I think the new sound sounds good, but I feel like their reputation is kind of in a weird place with the GP. Thoughts?
  4. Nah. I’m digging it from the vocals to the fashion, and the way she holds that 🎸 guitar. She slayed the bridge. 🩸
  5. Demi is on the cover of the summer issue of L’Officiel Italia
  6. Demi rockin’ & rollin’ with a guitar 🎸 it’s everything I wanted to see in 2022. I’m very pleased with the song and I can’t wait for #HolyFvck 🩸This genre suits her best!
  7. Demi rockin’ & rollin’ with a guitar 🎸 it’s everything I wanted to see in 2022. I’m very pleased with the song and I can’t wait for #HolyFvck 🩸This genre suits her best!
  8. It becomes Demi’s first song to reach this milestone and the only solo song by a Disney ex-act of this generation to reach the mark 👑
  9. Demi Lovato announces their eighth studio album ‘Holy ****’ out August 19th 🔥
  10. The tour starts on August 13 in Springfield, IL. Special guests include Dead Sara and Royal The Serpant. Are you attending?
  11. Get excited. The new era has arisen. Demi's next album is coming out in August. Watch the trailer below and check out the cover art. Thoughts?
  12. Could these 6 words be song titles from her forthcoming rock inspired album? Substance City Of Angels Freak Eat Me Holy **** Wasted
  13. Per Deadline: NBC is not moving forward with Hungry. The comedy pilot has been passed on by the network. It comes after it picked up George Lopez comedy pilot Lopez Vs. Lopez to series yesterday and follows the renewals of series including American Auto, Grand Crew and Young Rock. Hungry faced a few challenges as it proceeded. Originally meant as a starring vehicle for Demi Lovato, who exec produces, the food issues comedy, replaced them with Modern Family star Ariel Winter ahead of production. Written and executive produced by Suzanne Martin and to be directed by James Burrows, Hungry follows a group of friends who belong to a food-issues group helping one another as they look for love, success and the perfect thing in the fridge that’s going to make it all better. Valerie Bertinelli, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Ryan McPartlin, Alex Brightman and Ashley D. Kelley also star in the pilot, which comes from Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner’s Hazy Mills, SB Projects and Universal Television. Hayes, Milliner, Lovato, Scooter Braun, Scott Manson and James Shin exec produced.
  14. “I only did a few songs so [the album] is still very new. My writing style hasn't changed much. It's just going into the studio, thinking of a concept that I'm passionate about, and wanting to write a song about it.” — Demi Lovato "There will always be songs that don't make the album that you wish did. But if they didn't make the album, it's for a reason." — Demi Lovato
  15. Me trying to understand Demi and her? mindset:
  16. I'm perched tbh. The clip sounds good! They describe the new record as a masterpiece.
  17. I mean, yeah girl I can relate about the daddy part ‘cause boy oh boy but I’m a bit confused. Did you make up your mind? What do you think it’s in their/her mind?
  18. Act-they, singer, songwriter, activist and media starlet Demi Lovato, 29, posted a set of a stunning Made for IG photos today March 19, 2022 at 12pm PT. She looks incredible! In the caption Demetria writes: 'heard y'all are still cool for the summer...' Could this mean something or was it just a fun nod to one of her biggest smash hits? They looks absolutely stunning! Sobriety looks good on them. There are rumors they are releasing a new single in the spring.... Thoughts?
  19. Per The Hollywood Report. Another day another Demi drama. It’s hard to explain the hypnotic allure of unboxing videos. But in a clip Demi Lovato posted on Instagram Stories over the weekend, the appeal was clear: The items unpacked were Egyptian antiquities and cuneiform tablets dating back millennia. Supposedly. “OK, I’m so excited, some really incredible things came in the mail today,” they narrated. “These are ancient Egyptian artifacts.” Lovato’s camera swept across an array that included ankhs and glazed shabtis — mummiform figurines that elites in pharaonic Egypt would place in their tombs to serve them in the afterlife — as well as clay tablets of the kind used in ancient Mesopotamia. “Some of these pieces are literally thousands of years old,” Lovato continued. “Like, what? My mind is literally blowing right now, and I’m so excited.” Lovato also showed off documents that the online dealer they bought the items from, Museum Surplus, had sent along with the shipment. “These are my certificates of authenticity.” But expert observers were unconvinced. “All of Heritage/Art Crime Twitter is coming out for this,” tweeted Peter Campbell, archaeologist and lecturer in cultural heritage under threat at Cranfield University in England. Aside from their somewhat amateurish design, with a squiggly blue trim you might find in a clipart library, the papers included no details on how the artifacts were sourced, raising the possibility that they were fakes or — more problematically — had been looted. “When I first saw the certificates, I thought it was a joke because they contain none of the critical information like ownership history, export permits or find spot,” Campbell tells The Hollywood Reporter, acknowledging that the video might not have shown all the documentation. Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at John Jay College in New York, smelled a rat as well. “There’s no indication of provenance of where Museum Surplus got these before offering them for sale,” Thompson says. “There’s no way that these would be accepted by a museum. There’s no way that any sophisticated collector who wanted to make sure that they had value and could resell the things would accept or buy those either, because you don’t want to buy a problem. You don’t want to buy something that Egypt could confiscate or that you can’t sell because other people are worried about it.” Neither Lovato nor Museum Surplus responded to a request for comment. While international law largely forbids the trade of cultural artifacts trafficked after 1970 — the date of the UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property — there is a thriving black market for such items. “International markets have seen an influx of looted artifacts from Iraq and Syria following the US invasion and Daesh — artifacts like cuneiform tables,” Campbell tweeted on Monday. “Following the Arab Spring, widespread looting in Egypt led to an influx of Egyptian artifacts onto the market.” On Tuesday, the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo released a major report on the seizure of cuneiform tablets from Norwegian collector Martin Schoyen, as requested by Iraqi authorities. Lovato is not the only celebrity to be recently embroiled in antiquities-related controversy. Last year, a stolen Roman-era marble bust that had been smuggled out of Italy and shipped to Kim Kardashian was confiscated by U.S. law enforcement before it could reach her. (The sculpture had been selected and purchased for Kardashian by a Belgian art dealer, as reported by The Guardian; Kardashian was not accused of wrongdoing.) Thompson, who is at work on a book about art forgeries for Norton, believes it’s possible several of Lovato’s new acquisitions are fakes. “The Egyptian figures are of types that have been forged for centuries,” Thompson says. “Visitors to Egypt have thought these were cool since the early 19th century. So there’ve been thousands and thousands of them made for tourists as souvenirs, or as forgeries.” There is no law against owning a fake shabti, but for Thompson, it’s as important to raise awareness about the prevalence of forged artifacts as it is to call attention to the black market for authentic antiquities: “People, unfortunately, seem to not care that much about buying looted antiquities, because there’s a lot of justifications, right? ‘Well, I’m saving this piece of heritage for the world, I can take better care of it, blah, blah.’ But nobody likes being fooled by a fake. So that’s why my public messaging focuses more on forgeries.” Thompson recognizes that “holding a piece of the past is really freakin’ cool” to some people. But she urges collectors to do their due diligence. “People are asking, ‘Where did my chocolate come from? Where did my shrimp come from?’ So if you can ask those sorts of sustainability and ethical-labor-practices questions about avocados, you can ask them about antiquities.”
  20. Per Deadline: EXCLUSIVE: This is a surprise. Demi Lovato, who had been attached as star in NBC’s multi-camera comedy pilot Hungry for a year, has stepped down from acting duties in the project just as it was about to start production. Lovato, along with their manager Scooter Braun, remain executive producers. The role is being recast, with the goal to have a replacement shortly so the pilot stays on schedule. According to sources, Lovato bowed out as an actor due to scheduling issues. Written and executive produced by Suzanne Martin and to be directed by James Burrows, Hungryfollows a group of friends who belong to a food-issues group helping one another as they look for love, success and the perfect thing in the fridge that’s going to make it all better. Valerie Bertinelli, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Ryan McPartlin, Alex Brightman and Ashley D. Kelley also star in the pilot, which comes from Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner’s Hazy Mills, SB Projects and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. Hayes, Milliner, Lovato, Braun, Scott Manson and James Shin exec produce. Hungry was originally picked up to pilot by NBC in April 2021 as single-camera comedy. Some cast was added during the summer, with the rest of the actors added recently when the new, multi-camera format was revealed and multi-cam king Burrows was as director.
  21. I have spoken with a lot of people about people choosing to change their pronouns, and make them more suitable to the individual. Honestly, when I first heard about this, I was confused about all of it. I am comfortable with my pronouns as they are, but I feel like there is a lot of judgment that surrounds this topic, and I Believe it to be unfairly placed. When someone chooses to change their pronouns, it is NOT because they have an issue. it Is Because Society Has Issues. We ALL have masculine and feminine characteristics. It is part of being human. The Way that society places such a divide between the two, even now, is the true problem. Every human-Being deserves the Same Rights. Same Respect. Same Treatment. Regardless of gender, race, religion... Every Human-Being Holds A Heart In Their Chest, That Gives Life. Every LIfe Deserves Respect And LOVE 🙏💖🌞🌻
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