Demi Lovato talks about her friendship with Ariana Grande and her falling-out with Selena Gomez

Demi Lovato will grace the cover of May’s issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Lovato wears an orange dress in the photograph. Lovato also has an interview in the magazine. One of the things Lovato talks about is her new friendship with the female pop-star, Ariana Grande. Lovato says, “I love the fact that Ariana and I have such a supportive friendship because it’s hard to find.

Two women who are in a competitive industry—the whole world seems to want to pit women against each other, so it would be so easy to do that. I always long for friendships with women. I think it’s so sacred. And actually, late last year, the night of the winter solstice, I had about 16 girls [for a] group meditation, and we set our intentions for the New Year. It was so beautiful, and that divine feminine energy is what has picked me up and carried me through some of my darkest times.”

Lovato continues to say that even though she is good friends with Grande, she is no longer close friends with the former-Disney star, Selena Gomez. “When you grow up with somebody, youI’re always going to have love for them. But I’m not friends with [Selena Gomez]… I will always have love for her, and I wish everybody nothing but the best.”

However, Lovato tries to live her own life on her own terms. Lovato says, “My life motto was ‘powering through it.’ But when you power through your life all day, every day for 10-years, you’re ignoring all that pain or you’re just trying not to self-destruct… It’s not really living. I’m feeling it out as things go,” Lovato adds. “But I finally feel free.”

Lovato has a new music video out for her song named, “I Love Me.” You should check-it out.

Always and forever,
Summer

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