Demi Lovato Reveals Depression Struggles After Celebrating Birthday On Instagram

By Jacob Highley

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Demi Lovato is one of the most easily recognizable TV & Movie actresses of this generation. Her time on Disney Channel, and in movies like the famous “Camp Rock” collection propelled this 27-year-old singer/actress into international stardom.

Although Lovato’s career appeared to have no limit, Demi has come forward recently detailing how she has actually battled with depression for some time. While on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” with “The Voice” judge herself, the “Heart Attack” singer shared how Kelly inspired her to be more transparent about her inner demons.

Kelly Clarkson Was Demi’s Idol

Demi Lovato on the Kelly Clarkson Show

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The “Sober” singer continued talking about how Clarkson had been a massive influence for her and idolized her from a young age:

“I looked at you as my idol growing up. You are fearless and courageous and real as f–k, you know? I love that about you. When I was younger I always thought to myself, ‘If I make it, I want to be like her because she’s real and she’s genuine.'”

This is also a profound revelation because it comes after Demi had experienced a dark period in her life due to drug usage.

From Overdose To Love

Demi Lovato kissing Max Ehrich

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This is also a profound revelation because it comes after Demi had experienced a dark period in her life due to drug usage.

Since her initial revelation about her drug addiction in 2012, she overdosed in 2018 and claimed it was directly related to her struggles with bulimia and abandonment issues with her biological father.

Furthermore, it wasn’t until March of this year that Demi revealed that she had started a new romantic relationship with Netflix actor Max Ehrich. One that continues to develop positively. A pleasant surprise for most since her past two relationships ended negatively.

‘So Much Fun’

Demi Lovato in bathing suit with Max Ehrich

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Demi has had nothing but incredibly loving things to say about Ehrich on social media. In fact, she just posted a fantastic post with romantic pictures and a long caption sharing how much she appreciates him being in her life:ADVERTISEMENT

“Being with you makes life SO MUCH FUN ?? We literally act like hooligans on the daily and don’t give a F**K if we’re embarrassing ourselves if others are around!!”

Fans immediately took to this super romantic post and shared how they want to see them together! Many say she “deserves” to be with someone who loves her.

One Of The Most Heartfelt Things Written By Demi

Demi Lovato in white outfit

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Oh it gets better, Demi went on to pour out her head over heels emotions for Max in one of the most transparent and loving statements she’s ever written about someone special in her life:

“I feel unconditionally loved and accepted by you in a way that I’ve never felt before.. I can’t explain it or you.. you’re indescribable, you beautiful, man. Inside and out you are jaw-droppingly gorgeous..You’re also such a positive lil beam of light in my life and I can’t wait to make more birthday memories together.. here’s to the future baby. I love you @maxehrich ????”


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Beyoncé and Taylor Swift will join the Obamas for YouTube graduation ceremony

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Beyoncé will participate in YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” virtual graduation ceremony. (Getty Images for Coachella)

As if the lineup for YouTube’s virtual graduation ceremony weren’t already star-studded enough, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez and more entertainment icons will now join headliners Barack and Michelle Obama in celebrating the class of 2020.

Among the other celebrities set for YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” livestream next month are Lizzo, Janelle Monáe, Bill and Melinda Gates, Lana Condor, Yara Shahidi, Demi Lovato, Camila Cabello, Hasan Minhaj, Andy Cohen, Billy Porter, Megan Thee Stallion and many more.

The event schedule boasts a variety of festivities, featuring commencement speeches from the Obamas; performances by BTS, Cabello, Chloe X Halle, Lizzo, Maluma, CNCO, Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion; and an “inspirational message” from none other than Queen Bey.

Previously announced participants include Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Kerry Washington, Malala Yousafzai and Zendaya.

YouTube is one of several platforms enlisting top talent for virtual commencement ceremonies after the coronavirus crisis canceled graduations around the world. On Saturday, former President Barack Obama delivered a pair of powerful speeches to both graduates of high schools and historically black colleges and universities in his first major public addresses since the coronavirus outbreak.

A day earlier, Oprah Winfrey headlined Facebook and Instagram’s #Graduation2020 event featuring Miley Cyrus, Awkwafina, Kristen Bell, Mindy Kaling, Selena Gomez, Sterling K. Brown, Hugh Jackman and more. In her closing speech, Winfrey dubbed 2020 graduates “the chosen class.”

Lakers superstar LeBron James also organized an hourlong commencement special over the weekend, drafting several entertainers including Bad Bunny, Pharrell Williams, the Jonas Brothers, Chika, YBN Cordae, H.E.R., Ben Platt, Megan Rapinoe and Lena Waithe. And before that, “The Office” alum John Krasinski tapped Winfrey, Yousafzai, Steven Spielberg and Jon Stewart for a graduation episode of his hit quarantine web series, “Some Good News.”

YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” starts June 6 at noon Pacific.


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Demi Lovato’s Boyfriend Max Ehrich Has the Perfect Reaction to Her Sultry Pool Pics


Demi Lovato is already feeling “cool for the summer.”

The 27-year-old pop star took to Instagram to show off her radiant skin and fiery strapless bathing suit. Posing for the camera in her pool, the “Sorry Not Sorry” songstress served bawdy and face.

“Swipe to see how I discovered the self-timer feature for taking pics,” Demi quipped on her Instagram caption, alongside two sultry pics.

Moments later, her boyfriend Max Ehrich replied to her sexy snapshots with the heart-eyes emoji.

It was a simple and short reaction from The Young and the Restless actor, but it oh-so-sweet!

Max wasn’t the only one to respond to Demi’s Instagram post.

Ashley Graham also had a few words for her gal pal. “my girl is straight fire,” the supermodel commented with a few fire emojis. 

JoJo added, “a beauty.”  

Moreover, the “Anyone” singer teased her go-to photographer, Angelo Kritikos, in her caption. Since her timer was so bomb, she joked, “you in trouble boo boo.”

It didn’t take long for him to respond with a cheeky comment. “BRING IT ON BOO,” the photographer quipped and added heart-eyes and fire emojis.

As of late, Demi has been enjoying her pool and fresh-faced selfies.

“When I’m bored I buy stuff online. Like these rave goggles that I have no purpose for much less wearing by the pool,” she captioned her Instagram on Friday, alongside a snap of her getting some much-needed fresh air in her swimming pool.

Speaking of Instagram moments, the 27-year-old pop star accidentally and adorably crashed her boyfriend’s Live session two months ago.

The 28-year-old actor was playing the piano on his feed, when Demi walked behind him wrapped him with a blanket.

“I’m on live,” he mouthed to her, which made her leave in a frenzy.

Back in March, a source told E! News the duo was dating.

The insider said at the time, “Demi and Max have been seeing each other for a few weeks now. They have been quarantining together at Demi’s house and it’s going really well.”

“Max is very into music and health, and he doesn’t like to party,” the source added. “He is a good influence on Demi and they have a lot in common. They have a few mutual friends in common, but Demi has been introducing Max to her closest friends via Facetime since being quarantined.”

It’s only a matter of time before Max joins Demi in the pool and crashes her Instagram feed!


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