Coming out

Demi Lovato reveals she’s willing to date men and women

“Thank you for the opportunity, but I think I’m gonna pass.”

So said Demi Lovato in a recent PrideSource interview, after being asked if she’d like to confirm whether or not she’s bisexual.

While deflecting the question, she also added, “Watch my documentary.”

Related: Demi Lovato Continues Quest To Become Next Great Gay Icon

Well, now the complete documentary is available on YouTube, and it reveals Lovato is indeed romantically interested in both men and women, and perhaps people who don’t identify as either.

“I am on a dating app with both guys and girls,” she says. “I am open to human connection, so whether that’s through a male or a female, it doesn’t matter to me.”

You can watch that documentary, Simply Complicated, below.


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6 Comments

  • DCguy

    I’m sure her publicist is already lining up men for her to date now.

  • Jaxton

    Seems like another marketing ploy. Is anyoone else getting sick of these women?

    I mean, when was the last time you heard of a charting male pop performer from America say he’s open to dating both sexes?

    There is undoubtedly a homophobic double standard that is bein exploited by women to prop up the sleazy straight guy fantasy for girl-girl action.

    [email protected] off, girls.

  • Xzamilloh

    Every pop star is willing to date men and women when their sales plummet… then when they get status and money, they have amnesia about ever mentioning their bisexuality… don’t they, Nicki Minaj?

  • skeldare

    Weird, I thought she came out as bisexual years ago.

  • Pistolo

    I feel condescended to and betrayed by people who are bisexual and say things like this. “I’m into the HUMAN connection”, how many times has a holier-than-thou bisexual person tried to make the claim that their divine “open-mindedness” makes them of some special, elite, evolved, surpassing orientation. I never want to hear bi people act like gays reject them and that’s the end of that- it goes both ways. Some bisexual people treat us like boxed-in gays, no different than straights while they’re some special exception and it really, really aggravates me.

    • Eldred

      “how many times has a holier-than-thou bisexual person tried to make the claim that their divine “open-mindedness” makes them of some special, elite, evolved, surpassing orientation.”

      How many?

      I’ll wait.

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