Decked out in a black blazer with studded trousers and a black tie, Demi Lovato served as Grand Marshall of the Gay Pride Parade in Los Angeles yesterday.
But it wasn't the singer's outfit that drew attention.
It was a certain hand gesture Lovato made while performing aboard a float that read "Really Don't Care," the name of her new duet with Cher Lloyd.
Here's an idea of what Demi thinks about LGBT haters:
About 400,000 revelers flocked to the streets of Hollywood on Sunday in celebration of this event.
Lovato, meanwhile, will head to New York at the end of the month to headline that city's Pride's Dance on the Pier in Tribeca on June 29.
It will take place on day after the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots of 1969 that sparked the gay pride movement.
"I have been an active advocate of the LGBT community and am wholly committed to supporting individuality and being comfortable in one’s own skin," Demi said via statement, adding:
"I am thrilled to be a part of both events as they are a wonderful celebration of independence and self-confidence."
Demi also believes in mermaids. But that's neither here nor there, really.