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Demi Lovato shows off her ‘accidental’ weight loss and shares how she did it. The singer has been very open about her struggles from everything to body image to addiction. Her story will all be unveiled in her new documentary, ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with The Devil,’ which premieres March 16 on YouTube.
- Demi Lovato wants you to know she does not care what other people say.
DEMI LOVATO: (SINGING) Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- The singer hit up Instagram to reveal she accidentally lost weight, writing, quote, "I don't restrict or purge, and I especially don't live my life according to the diet culture."
DEMI LOVATO: You have to prioritize what's important to you.
- Demi also went on to clarify that this particular weight loss was a different experience for her, revealing she felt full of "peace, serenity, joy, and love."
DEMI LOVATO: I am really lucky.
- In the past, Demi has been very open with her fans about her struggles with body image, more notably in this tweet from 2018 writing, "feeling gross today at a photo shoot but I'm choosing to accept what I see because I love myself for who I am and your love and support gets me through moments like this. If you're struggling as well, don't forget, if I can do it, you can do it too."
DEMI LOVATO: I think that everybody still struggles with something. And sometimes I'll still struggle with past behaviors and cravings creeping in. But that's when I reach out to the people around me, and they're very supportive, very caring. And they just remind me of who I am, how strong I am, and it recharges my confidence in myself, and I feel better.
- And of course, we'll be getting a better glimpse on Demi's journey to self-love and a whole lot more in her new YouTube documentary, "Demi Lovato-- Dancing with the Devil."
- It's just only going to get better from here.
DEMI LOVATO: Yeah. I snapped.
- She was like, I can't-- I can't see. I can't see anything.
- In February, the singer shared how she learned from her past struggles with Ellen DeGeneres.
DEMI LOVATO: We live in a time where nobody's perfect, and we're not going to get role models by watching people not make mistakes. We're going to meet and learn from our role models who have overcome their deepest, darkest struggles.