Some celebrities are vocal about their famous childhood friends, like Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato, but other pairings are a little more surprising.
The reality star appeared on the "Behind the Velvet Rope" podcast to talk sobriety and said that being "California sober" was "not a real thing."
"I don't always feel good in my skin, so when I do, AND I feel sexy enough to post - I do just that!" Lovato wrote in an Instagram post.
The singer came out as nonbinary in May and uses they/them pronouns. They told their followers that, at times, they misgender themself.
Demi Lovato came out as non-binary in May this year and now goes by the pronouns they/them as opposed to she/her.
Demi Lovato told Audacy their family is doing an "incredible job" but that it's been a little harder with friends.
"So when they would try to ground me at 17, I would say, 'I pay the bills.' And I cringe now when I think about that attitude," the singer said.
The singer came out as nonbinary on May 19 and told Jane Fonda they struggled their entire life to understand their gender.
"If you don't know someone's history with food, please don't comment on their body," said Lovato, who has struggled with bulimia and orthorexia.
The singer and actor made the announcement in a Wednesday Instagram post. They said it came after "a lot of healing & self-reflective work."
The "California Sober" singer explained her feelings in a video on Monday: "My intentions were not to come in and bully a small business."
Jameela Jamil defended Demi Lovato's rant against a frozen-yogurt shop, following the actresses' long history with online controversy.
Lovato said diet branding can be triggering. She has been open about previous struggles with an eating disorder and exercise addiction.
The former Disney Channel star said she is proud to be a part of the LGBTQ community and will be living her truth "no matter what."
The singer said she 'totally thought that I'd be married, maybe pregnant' by now, but life has not gone "according to plan."
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the singer spoke about her previous relationship with the actor, who she was engaged to for two months.
Demi Lovato opened up to CBS about her current recovery process ahead of "Dancing with the Devil," a four-part documentary set to premiere on YouTube.