“I see the future without you / The hell was I doing in the past / Now that I’ve learned all about you / A love just like ours wouldn’t last," she sings.
"First dates are so nerve-wracking and I didn't have that before.I mean, not in so long," Lovato said, adding that she gets "fun" butterflies in her stomach and "fucking sweaty palms." She's currently swiping her way through Raya, an exclusive dating app popular among celebrities and social-media superstars.(Take a seat, Tinder.) Lovato continued, "I am on a dating app with both guys and girls. Her first date preparations begin around 53 minutes into Simply Complicated, below.I am open to human connection, so whether that's through a male or a female, it doesn't matter to me." In Simply Complicated, fans get to see exactly what happens when Demi meets someone new, starting from a match on Raya to flirty texts to what she'll wear when they finally meet up. "There's like a certain stigma around a woman having casual sex," Lovato explained later in the doc.At first glance, Simply Complicated — the title of Demi Lovato's explosive new documentary, which dropped Tuesday (October 17) on You Tube — sounds awfully familiar to one of Facebook's most confusing relationship status options: "It's complicated." But over the course of 78 minutes, Demi unpacks her life piece by piece, speaking candidly about her family, sobriety, and relationships.
After dating for six years, her and Wilmer Valderrama called it quits in June 2016, and Demi's since been fully enjoying the single life and the butterflies that come with it.
We can’t confirm that Demi is one of the two females in the photo, because her face cannot be seen.
Then, another Twitter user posted a different photo of the two women together, and their faces can also not be seen. Demi was last linked to MMA fighter Guilherme ‘Bomba’ Vasconcelos, but they split earlier in the year.
"As humans, it’s just about a connection with someone," she said.
Plus, there's her 2015 song "Cool for the Summer," which many people believe is about sexual experimentation.
that was really beautiful to me and really unbelievable and powerful."Her advice to LGBT fans fighting their own demons?