In her Netflix show "Cooking With Paris," Paris Hilton opens her home to a host of celebrity friends who join her in the kitchen.
Lovato recently announced they identify as non-binary, adding that they had changed their pronouns to they/them. They said the news had come after "a lot of healing & self-reflective work."
Lovato started out as a child actor on "Barney & Friends." However, it was Lovato's lead role in "Camp Rock" that catapulted them to stardom.
The longtime Boston DJ had walked off his 'Matty in the Morning' on Kiss 108 FM, complaining that he couldn't be "anti-wokeness."
Candace Owens tweeted that using the pronouns "they/them" to refer to an individual is "poor grammar." Her comment came after Demi Lovato announced they identify as non-binary.
The longtime DJ walked off his morning show on Wednesday after he was told by his boss he couldn't talk about Demi Lovato's non-binary announcement. Siegel's "Matty in the Morning" celebrated the program's 40th year on air in January.
The singer has had a long and well-documented journey to the recent announcement.
The singer got candid in a thread of tweets and said they are "still learning and coming into myself".
"Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" began with two dramatic and harrowing episodes, but fans have a while to wait before the YouTube release date of Episode 3.
In Part 1 of the series, Lovato revealed she relapsed and tried meth, crack cocaine, heroin and more drugs three months before her overdose.
"Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" on YouTube sees the singer have a frank and honest discussion about rape, drug addiction, self-harm and her 2018 overdose.
The pop star's definition of "California sober" seems to differ from the way many people define the lifestyle.
"Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" is the new documentary about the troubled singer, available to watch online for free from March 23.
Demi Lovato released her anti-Donald Trump protest song just a few weeks before the 2020 presidential election.
The anti-Trump group used Demi Lovato's protest song to display a montage of images of people suffering.
"If I did the things you do, I couldn't sleep. Seriously, do you even know the truth?" Lovato croons in her latest single 'Commander in Chief'.
"Commander in Chief" is the former Disney star's protest anthem against the Republican candidate ahead of election day on November 3.
Apparently, they haven't spoken about the breakup.
The pair began dating in March and were social distancing together amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"I've never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life," Lovato wrote about her husband-to-be on Instagram.
Newsweek looks at where we might have seen Ehrich before.
The 'Changes' singer donned a disguise and posed as a Warner Bros. tour guide for the daytime talk show.
She's just beginning to speak out about her relapse.
Jay-Z explained to a class on Monday that he did not sit during the national anthem at the Super Bowl as an act of silent protest, because he wouldn't put Blue Ivy through that.
Demi Lovato will follow a list of popular performers like Pink, Luke Bryan, Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and Beyonce who have taken the stage at past Super Bowls to perform the National Anthem.
"Will and Grace" has returned for a star-studded final season on NBC. But who will join the cast for a celebrity guest spot in Season 11?
Photos began circulating in the early hours of Friday morning, after the star's Snapchat account shared a bizarre message.
Demi Lovato is best known for her music, but did you know she's also a best-selling author, "Bachelorette" fan and mental health advocate?
Some 'Bachelorette' fans would love to see the pop star with this eligible contestant.