Demi Lovato has officially kicked her eating disorder's rear end, as the singer recently wrote about on Instagram.
But Lovato has now set her sights on another enemy, one related to her former self-image problems and the ones from which millions of young women around the world suffer.
The artist shared a photo online yesterday of herself performing in Bribane, rocking a semi-sheer, cleavage-baring cropped jacket, along with black high-waisted shorts and stockings
She wrote as a caption to the image:
"Ph--kkk yo thigh gap...#latinacurves."
Lovato, of course, checked in to a rehab center in late 2010 for an eating disorder and has slammed the "thigh gap" (a growing trend among dieters in recent years) many times in the past several weeks.
"Regardless of what society tells you these days...You don't have to have a thigh gap to be beautiful," Lovato wrote in February alongside a bikini selfie.
The admirable star later expounded in an interview with E! News:
"For some reason, this whole thigh gap thing has kind of swept over what people think is beautiful and if you have that naturally, then that's totally fine, you're still beautiful. My body doesn't naturally have that."
The new and improved and self-confident Lovato is on tour in Australia at the moment.
She took the stage in Sydney on Saturday and will visit other parts of the country, as well as nearby New Zealand, through the end of the month. She will then head to Southeast Asia.