Just self-declared a non-binary person, Demi Lovato will make a point of celebrating LGBTQIA+ Pride Month. Demi has scheduled a virtual show for June 25th, broadcast via YouTube. The announcement says Demi will sing her greatest hits as part of the LGBTQIA+ community celebration.
The event description says that Demi Lovato will take you on a visual journey exploring love, community, joy and pure LGBTQIA+ celebration. “For 60 minutes, enjoy live performances, special guests, Q&A round with fans, video calls, an appearance by the Los Angeles Trans Coral and a spectacular final performance by Demi”, says the text.
The event is also a benefit, aiming to support The Trevor Project and AKT institutions. The public will be encouraged to make donations during the live.
Demi Lovato says she realized she is bisexual when she watched 1999 film
Demi understood that he was bisexual when he watched a movie. This is “Second Intentions”, a 1999 drama. One of the most famous scenes in the film is when the characters in Sarah Michelle Gellar e Selma Blair kiss. That’s when Demi felt something different.
“It was definitely when I was young and I shouldn’t have been watching this movie, but that was it. It was that scene where they kissed on the lawn in the park, and I was like, ‘Oh, wait a minute, I really like this!’ Tan France.
In the same interview, Demi said she had written songs about same-sex romances, but fans assumed they were about heterosexual relationships. “There were times when I wrote songs about girls that my fans thought I wrote about a guy,” shared, without specifying.
“I’m surprised some of them didn’t find out that some of the songs were for certain people. I was sharing this with the world, but I wasn’t being completely obvious what I was talking about. Music was my safe space”, he added.