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Demi Lovato Talks About How Social Media Has Impacted Her Life

November 17, 2014 • By

Demi Lovato Arrivies At LAX

In a recent interview with Glam Belleza Latina Magazine, Demi Lovato was asked if social media had a negative effect on her, since a recent “Glamour” study showed that women feel worse about their bodies today than the women of 30 years ago felt.

Here’s what Demi had to say,

Social media started impacting my life when I was about 14 years old. I would check it obsessively, reading comments and wondering if people noticed that I’d gained or lost weight. I allowed social media to define what I thought of my body. And now I realize that no matter how thin you are, someone will call you fat. No matter how beautiful you are, someone will call you ugly. But you can’t spend your time worrying about that. You’re just not going to please the world.

When Demi was 18 years-old, she revealed that she was struggling with anorexia and bulimia.

Here’s what she had to say when asked how she manages today,

It’s very easy for my old eating habits to kick in, so I follow a pretty strict routine. I don’t like to call it a diet, because for me it’s medicine. I have a nutritionist who sends me meals wherever I am on the road. This makes everything super simple.

Demi recently spoke to the US Congress about mental health reform, here’s what she said about why being an advocacy for mental health is so important to her,

It gets me outside of my head and gives me a sense of joy. I’m also very passionate about charity because it helps people who don’t’ have as loud of a voice as I do. Performing is my passion. But it’s not gonna change the world. That’s why I give back.

It’s great to see how Demi Lovato has changed her life in such a positive way the past few years!

Justin Bieber Summoned By Judge In Argentina Over Photographer Attack

November 14, 2014 • By

Justin Bieber Summoned To Argentina
According to the “Associated Press,” Justin Bieber has been summoned for questioning by an investigative judge in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Judge Facundo Cubas asked Interpol to notify Justin that he has 60 days to appear before the court in Argentina. If he fails to show up, an international arrest order will be issued!

Justin is being accused of sending his bodyguards to attack a photographer outside a nightclub in Buenos Aires. The alleged incident occurred last year while Justin was on his South American tour.

Outside of the INK nightclub, where Justin and his entourage were partying is where the photographer alleges he was chased down and beaten by Justin’s bodyguards.

This could mean up to one year in prison if Justin is convicted on a charge of causing injuries to another! We wish the best for Justin and hope that maybe he really wasn’t involved in the whole situation at all!