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Demi Lovato stuns in Notion.
Lovato’s new album Tell Me You Love Me speaks an honest truth. So does her interview with Notion, which finds the pop star opening up about fame, being a role model and venting frustration at her fellow pop peers who don’t use their platform to stand up for good (cough Taylor Swift cough).
“We already are in a very narcissistic career –‘look at me, look at me’. I use that as a way to use my voice for more than just singing,” Lovato says. “If you are not using your voice and not standing up for the things you believe in, and not being vocal about certain topics, then you’re just basking in the glory of a very egotistical career.”
On being a role model, Lovato says her fans “have been able to relate and look at [me] and say, ‘If she can get through it, I can too.’ I needed that growing up, and having that positive response to just being open and honest is really rewarding. I no longer have secrets that I have to hide. It’s all out there. The fact that people accept me no matter what I’ve done is really beautiful.”
And this is where I assume she’s talking about Tay Tay. “Fame is weird, but I manipulate it for the better. I see some artists that don’t say anything because they want to be politically correct. It’s frustrating because they have the ability to reach millions of people and do something good, rather than not saying anything.”
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