“I would have never thought that I would’ve ever gotten to a place in my life where I could feel comfortable doing that”.
“What’s wrong with being confident?”-That’s the question Demi Lovato asks in her latest single”.
That’s exactly what Demi Lovato did this week when she posed for a spontaneous Vanity Fair photoshoot.
A few of the pictures show Lovato naked sitting on the edge of a tub, another shows her laying in bed with a camera in her hand. Demi described what she learned from these obstacles and how it shaped her into the person she is today.
A few critics might argue that Demi’s body positivity campaign is more self promoting than it is sexy or inspirational, but we beg to differ there.
This was not the first time Lovato had been outspoken with her confidence.
Pop star Demi Lovato has gone from being “Cool for the Summer” to heating up the fall. Demi had a few stipulations, however.
“I’m about to launch an album that finally represents who I truly am”.
“The people around me know my deepest, darkest secrets”, she told the audience. “I think it’s really important to remember that actually mental health – people with mental illness are actually more likely to inflict harm on themselves and become the victim rather than be the perpetrators”. “What does it mean to be confident?” It means letting go, being authentic, saying I don’t give a f-k, and this is who I am.
Just like her photoshoot, the album too shows the side of Lovato which is “real, liberated and free”. I basically treated this like we were shooting a high-octane action film, because she has the presence and star power to pull it off. She’s incredible.
For the photo series, the singer-songwriter asked photographer Patrick Ecclesine if they could do away with any magazine gimmicks, including retouching and makeup.