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Demi Lovato opens up about her addiction, depression and sexuality on new album ‘Holy Fvck’
keeping it raw in her songs that can make you feel like you’re a fly on the wall of her therapy sessions.Her new album “Holy Fvck” — which dropped on Friday, the day before the former Disney Channel star turns 30 — unapologetically addresses the issues she’s dealt with regarding her addiction, sexuality and mental-health struggles.Lovato comes out firing on the first track “Freak,” a thrashing rave-up with punk-rocker Yungblud on which she embraces the power of being an outcast: “Get your tickets to the freak show, baby/Step right up to watch the freak go crazy.”Then on another rocking cut, “Skin of My Teeth,” Lovato — who has been open about her struggles with addiction — admits that “I’m alive by the skin of my teeth.”And the pop star is very much aware of the fish bowl that she lives in as she deals with her own recovery journey: “Demi leaves rehab again/When is this shit gonna end?/Sounds like the voice in my head/I can’t believe I’m not dead.”Meanwhile, the guitar-charged takedown “Eat Me” — featuring Royal & the Serpent — gives the middle finger to all the haters who have shaded her for how she identifies: The singer came out as non-binary and was using they/them pronouns, but she has recently adopted using she/her as well again.“Would you like me better if I was still her?/Did she make your mouths water?…I know the s—t that I’ve ignored/I know the girl that you adored/She’s dead, it’s time to f—king mourn.”And on the confessional power ballad “Happy Ending,” Lovato shares her struggle with depression — and how she’s tried to cope with it: “I got high/You name it, I’ve tried it/Sure, I’m sober now/And everybody’s proud/But I miss my vices.”
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Demi Lovato’s new song ’29’ appears to take aim at ex Wilmer Valderrama and their age gap
Demi Lovato has shared a new song, ’29’, in which the singer-songwriter appears to reflect on the age gap in the relationship between them and That ’70s Show actor Wilder Valderrama, who Lovato dated between 2010 and 2016.“Just five years a bleeder / Student and a teacher / Far from innocent / What the fuck’s consent? / Numbers told you not to / But that didn’t stop you,” Lovato sings on the new song, the third single from her forthcoming album ‘Holy Fvck’.“Finally 29 / Funny, just like you were at the time / Thought it was a teenage dream, just a fantasy / But was it yours or was it mine? / 17 / 29,” the singer continues on the song.Though Lovato doesn’t expressly name Valderrama, and has not confirmed that that’s who the song is about, there was a 12-year-age gap between the couple when they started dating in 2010 – when Lovato was 18, and Valderrama was 29.Elsewhere in the song, Lovato appears to reference the age gap between Valderrama and his current partner, Amanda Pachecho, who is 12 years younger than him, singing: “I see you’re quite the collector / Yeah you’re twelve years her elder / Maybe now it doesn’t matter / But I know fucking better.”Discussing the new single while speaking to Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, Lovato said that recently turning 29 – the age Valderrama was when the pair started dating – was a “huge eye opener” that had “put things into perspective” for the singer.“I would be lying if I said I didn’t have a ton of anxiety about putting out this song. I just said, ‘I have to go for this.