Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, who both experienced various ups and downs while growing up, have had a significant impact on their relationship due to their personal struggles. However, according to an exclusive source from Us Weekly, Demi does not hold any grudges towards Selena, and there is no hostility between them; they are just not friends anymore. During an interview on Jameela Jamil’s “I Weigh” podcast on April 24th, the “Skyscraper” singer opened up about her encounters with cancel culture. Lovato stated that she has been canceled several times, and the hashtag #DemiIsOverParty was used against her, but it doesn’t bother her anymore. She believes that if someone has exhausted their second and third chances regarding a particular issue, they should be canceled and remain canceled.
After recently being in the news for allegedly posting shady comments about Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato shared her thoughts on cancel culture. Although she did not publicly deny making the posts about Gomez, Lovato is reportedly telling people that the account was not hers and it was a fake profile that she does not use. Furthermore, the photos that were edited to make fun of Gomez were also allegedly photoshopped. Who do you think rocked the red dress-plunging neckline look better, Lovato or Gomez? Vote in our readers poll.
Lovato had previously admitted to Harper’s Bazaar that her friendship with Gomez had ended even before the burner account incident. They had become close after working together on Barney and Friends in 2002 but grew apart as they faced the challenges of fame. A source claimed that although Gomez tried to be kind to Lovato, both of them went through personal struggles that strained their friendship. Lovato felt like Gomez was not there for her, and the friendship was one-sided.
On the other hand, according to another source, the previous best friends were not as close during the challenging moments in their lives. The insider revealed that their friendship had faded since their teenage years, resulting in them not being able to support each other during their public struggles. Though they maintained a cordial relationship whenever they met, they haven’t been close for many years.