Demi Lovato has admitted that she is "too gay to marry a man" after her engagement to actor Max Ehrich. The 28-year-old singer said that after the couple's relationship broke down, she realised she may never settle down with a man.
Speaking about her relationships, life and past battles with alcohol and drugs, Demi told Entertainment Weekly that she has finally "fully embraced" being queer.
The revelation came when her and Max called off their engagement after a whirlwind romance that saw the move in together and him propose in just six months.
After the break up Demi said she learnt that she was "just too queer" to settle down with a man right now.
She said: "Regardless if drama is happening or not, I am too gay to marry a man right now.
"I don't know if that will change in 10 years and I don't know if that'll never change, but I love accepting myself."
She added: "I've always known I was hella queer, but I have fully embraced it."
In Demi's powerful new documentary, the former Disney star discusses her relationships, sexuality and addictions that almost killed her in 2018.
Speaking candidly in Dancing With The Devil, Demi said: "I think people can understand picking up a joint, what gets harder for people to understand is the harder drugs.
"How does that even happen? How do you even do something like that?"
Demi explained: "So my cocktail before I got sober was coke and xanax [alprazolam] together, it was an upper and a downer, and I loved the combination.
"Once I'd relapsed the floodgates were open and within a couple weeks I called a drug dealer and I was like, 'Do you have coke and xanax?'
"And he said, 'no but I have crack and heroin'. And I was like, 'I've always wanted to try it'."
Her best friend Sirah added: "So it might be hard for people to understand but when people relapse, and this is pretty much the case always, people won't even return to where they last used, they'll return to a much harsher bottom."
Demi continued: "I knew that what I had been looking for I hadn't found yet, but what I had been looking for was not in the form of a drug.
"It was the spiritual growth that I've had over the past, I even wanna say like seven months, that spiritual growth is what I was looking for."
Demi spoke about the effect her addiction had on those who love her.
She said: "It wasn't fair actually to everyone who was around me during that time because when I did end up in the hospital they were kind of thrown through a loop too, like 'woah, what the f**k have you been doing? What do you mean?'