Fault Magazine is getting some gems from your favorite celebs this month.
With their Million-themed issue, which also features Usher, they reached out to Demi Lovato, who landed herself a coveted spot in the mag. The former X-Factor host was styled by Avo Yermagyan to give her a fierce “warrior” look, which coincides with her long journey to success over the years.
In the interview, Demi talks about being a model, doing charity projects that not many are aware of, and the sound of her new record. Check out some excerpts below.
On the sound of her record: “Everything that happened on the album happened organically. Nothing was really planned in terms of “I want a dance song” or anything like that- it just kind of happened! It’s exciting to show people a different side of myself.”
On her charity projects: “Well these projects were really born out of my relationship with my fans, where they are able to look up to me no matter what they’re going through. I really like being there for them in that way. I pride myself in being a role model but I’m not perfect- I curse like a sailor and I sometimes make mistakes but at the same time I want to be what I know my little sister and that younger generation needs.”
On being a role model: “I use to get frustrated that just because I wanted to sing, I was automatically expected to be a role model. But I had to grow up and realise that no matter what I do I’m going to be somebody’s role model. It’s true what they say- “with great power comes great responsibility”- and everybody’s career is different but for me, I had to grow up and embrace it rather than resent it, as that only made me resent my career.”
To read more, go to Fault Magazine‘s website here.