It's been an interesting few months in the life of Demi Lovato - but then again, we could probably say that about any few months in the life of Demi Lovato.
First, Demi retired from public life for about four hours after her ongoing beef with Taylor Swift came to a head back in October.
But how could Demi be expected to stay away from the spotlight when she had interesting new information to share with fans, such as the fact that she's 1% African?
Yes, Lovato understandably took a lot of flak for that one, but we don't think anyone will have anything negative to say about her latest selfie (above).
As you can see, the singer is stripped of both clothing and makeup, and thus far, she's received few complaints from her adoring Instagram followers.
"No makeup, just freckles," she captioned the pic.
We can only assume that Demi's Ancestry DNA profile gave her a new appreciation for the importance of variety, as she followed her no-makeup, no clothes bedroom selfie with a bedroom selfie in which she's fully-clothed and heavily madeup.
Somehow the clothed one is more boob-tacular, which is in keeping with these confusing times in which we live.
Up is down; black is white; the president is a puppet of the Russian government ... everything is all higgledy-piggledy!
Fortunately, in these confusing times, we can all agree that Demi Lovato's boobs are a welcome sight.
Based on the comments on these pics,
"Looking goddamn gorgeous," reads one comment.
"She's so stunning like wow," echoes another.
Needless to say, Demi's sleepy selfies are earning rave reviews.
It's a shame that she won't be old enough to run for president in 2020, but perhaps politicians should take a lesson from Demi and espouse a pro-cleavage selfies platform.
The politician doesn't actually have to expose any cleavage (please take note, Chris Christie).
They can just run on the unifying idea that everyone likes looking at tasteful celebrity boob photos, and that should be enough to begin the process of reunification.
After all, at the end of the day, we are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike.
Yes, we just quoted Maya Angelou in an article about Demi Lovato's boobs, and no, we don't feel good about it.