Demi Lovato realized she needed to 'let go of' her long hair while recovering from an eating disorder
Demi Lovatosaid her new, short hairfeels "more authentic" while appearing on "The Ellen Show."
- She said that she would "hide" behind her long hair when she had an
- Lovato has openly talked about
mental healthand body image for years.
Demi Lovato says she's feeling more like herself and "so free" since chopping off her signature long black hair last year.
The singer, who first debuted a shorter, bleached look in November and is currently sporting a bright-pink cut with shaved sides, opened up about her
Lovato also discussed the importance of being open about mental
Lovato has openly discussed addiction, mental health, and her body image journey for years
Lovato told American Way magazine in 2016 that she started binge-eating and purging at the age of nine.The following year, she shared side-by-side photos of herself on Instagram with the caption "recovery is possible." In February 2020, during an appearance on Ashley Graham's "Pretty Big Deal" podcast, Lovato said that she developed an addiction to working out while recovering from her eating disorder. At one point, she said she was working out three times a day.
Lovato said she's worked with therapists, dietitians, and medical professionals during her recovery, a big part of which has also involved body acceptance.
Most recently, a trailer for "Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" featured a scene in which Lovato spoke about her near-fatal 2018 drug overdose, sharing for the first time that she'd had a heart attack and three strokes.
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