Demi Lovato is not shy about sharing photos of her massive cleavage online.
And, as she's made more and more clear in a handful of recent interviews, the singer isn't shy about admitting that this cleavage is no longer reserved for the opposite sex, either.
If a woman wants to fondle it, hey... Lovato might be down!
“I’m very fluid, and I think love is love,” Lovato says in the new issue of InStyle, adding very simply:
“You can find it in any gender. I like the freedom of being able to flirt with whoever I want.”
The artist, of course, famously dated Wilmer Valderrama for six years.
She was then linked to MMA fighter Guilherme "Bomba" Vasconcelos.
But just because Lovato is yet to officially date a female, the artist has said many times now that she's bisexual and would consider it.
"I am open to human connection," Demi said in her YouTube documentary, "Simply Complicated," adding very basically in this video:
"I love who I love."
Right now, however, Lovato is single. She is not actively loving anyone.
But this doesn't mean she's sad or regretful or lonely or anything like that.
“I’m not suffering because I’m alone,” she tells the magazine, explaining her evolution as follows:
“There were many years I was in a relationship and I wasn’t learning about myself. Now I’m learning about what I like, what I need, and what I want."
In other words: Demi has matured.
She's just had to do it at times in the spotlight, which can be a challenge for anyone, let alone someone with a history of drug abuse and who has been diagnosed as bipolar.
"You have to speak out about stuff. You have to use your voice for good,” the star says.
This is certainly something Lovato has done, getting very deep and very personal with how she formerly abused her body.
“I didn’t have anybody who was doing that when I was younger. I grew up in the era of really, really skinny celebrities. That was the look.
"And it was cool to be seen partying. Drugs were glamorized, and when I was 12 or 13, nobody [I looked up to] was talking about mental illness.
"Nobody was talking about eating disorders. Nobody was talking about cutting. I wanted somebody for my little sister to look up to.
"I took on that role because I knew it was important."
We've said so many times that we admire Lovato for her candor and the way she has handled these kinds of struggles.
But it really can't be said enough, can it?
Demi also appreciates her status as a role model.
She has often answered questions from fans and has always encouraged them to turn to her with any issues to which she can relate.
"They’re very emotional. A lot of times people use that opportunity to dump their problems on me because they don’t know who else to talk to,” Lovato says of her meet and greets, concluding:
“They show me their cuts. I’ve had people come up to me and say, ‘I was going to kill myself until I got this meet and greet.’ And you’re just like, ‘What?’
"Sometimes I’ll meditate afterwards. Sometimes I’ll just kind of breathe. I used to sage myself. It’s very heavy."
We can only imagine.