Demi Lovato’s come a long way since being the fresh-faced star of Disney’s Camp Rock. A former teen icon and now bonafide pop behemoth, Demi has experienced almost every part of the music industry and has dabbled in everything from rock and roll to Jax Jones’ produced house bangers. At just 25 she’s conquered the charts across the world, captivated a huge army of fans and dealt with the highs and lows of fame.
Now as she releases her sixth album, Tell Me You Love Me, Demi Lovato tells us how she’s learned to use fame to more than just her own advantage, championing causes from mental health awareness to LGBT+ rights and more. As we explore the theme of transcendence, Notion unveils how Demi Lovato has become more than a pop star and is turning the chart’s self-obsession on its head.
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Demi wears t-shirt Miss Pap, trousers Provenza Schouler, skirt Solace London, boots Isabel Marant
Demi wears t-shirt Miss Pap, trousers Provenza Schouler, skirt Solace London
Demi wears top Zoe Joran, body Miss Pap