Demi Lovato speaks about her sexuality in a new interview on the podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience”

The 28-year-old “Anyone” singer described herself as pansexual, stating that she cares about both men and women and “everything” in between, “I’m so fluid now and part of the reason I do so runny is that I was super closed, “she said

“Yes, pansexual,” replied the singer who broke off her engagement to actor Max Ehrich last year

Lovato, who stars in the new YouTube Originals documentaries “Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil,” told Rogan that she first learned she was attracted to women as a child in 1999 Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar kissing saw teen romantic drama “Cruel Intentions” Unfortunately, she was ashamed by the sexual awakening of the scene that aroused her

“I was very ashamed because I grew up a Christian in Texas, which is very frowned upon,” she recalled. “Any attraction I ever had for a woman at a young age was turned off before I myself at all processed what I felt “

The former Disney Channel star also spoke openly about her sexuality in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly

Although the “sober” singer refrained from speaking publicly about her “weirdness” for years, she repeatedly hinted that she was not exclusively straight. She shot the video for her singer “Really Don’t Care” from the Year 2014 on a float during the Pride Parade in Los Angeles In her 2017 documentary, Simply Complicated, she mentions searching for men and women in a dating app

“I think time is everything,” Lovato told EW. “The weirdness in me was ready to explode when I was making the music video on Pride. I was so ready to become an activist. And then people asked,” Why are you that passionate? “And I would cling

“When I watch this video, to this day, there is a part of me that flinches like that. I really wanted to be the person I am today. I just wanted to find out who I am,” she added,

With her engagement to Ehrich in the past, Lovato said she realized she was “just too weird” to settle down with a man

“Regardless of whether there is a drama going on or not, I’m too gay to be married right now,” she shared, “I don’t know if that’s going to change in 10 years and I don’t know if it is that will never change, but I love to accept myself “

Gina Vivinetto is TODAY writer com. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, where she spends her free time hiking, reading and cuddling with her “Friends” box set. She and her wife Molly are proud mothers of two formerly stray cats, Sophie and Pierre, and a rescue dog named Gracie


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