Demi Lovato took to Instagram this week to share a selfie video of herself wearing a black swimsuit, showing off her curves while promoting her latest studio album.
The short video clip was posted to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, showing 28-year-old Demi Lovato holding her phone and taking the video in a bedroom mirror.
She wore a black one-piece swimsuit, which revealed the tattoo on her side, as she zoomed in and out and put one hand to her hip while recording the clip.
One of her songs, “Met Him Last Night,” featuring Ariana Grande, had been added to the post and played in the background, while a small photo of the cover for her latest album, Dancing with the Devil… The Art of Starting Over was displayed in the corner.
Demi Lovato sported short black hair and looked makeup-free as she recorded the video from a bedroom for her 102 million Instagram followers who told her she is a “queen,” and her “body is perfect.”
Last month, the “Skyscraper” singer sang live at the premiere of her new documentary, Dancing with the Devil, which details an incident in 2018 when she almost died after an overdose of heroin and fentanyl.
She recently spoke about rapper DMX‘s drug overdose, which had left him on life support in a hospital in New York for the last week.
During an interview, Demi Lovato said she sometimes experiences survivors’ guilt when hearing about other people who were not as fortunate as she was in recovering after “putting all this work” into herself and her recovery for the last two years.
She also said it can be a challenge for her to understand why she is still alive and others are not, adding that she counts her blessings every day and wants to live “the best life I can possibly have,” especially since many others do not get the chance.
Demi Lovato said before DMX’s tragic death: “Any time I see someone OD or pass away that’s in the public eye, I immediately think, “that could have been you had you not been putting all this work into the last couple of years of your life.”
Lovato went on to explain: “There’s times I’ve felt like feeling survivor’s guilt. You do ask yourself, “why am I still here? Why are others not?” It’s challenging. I have to realize that every day is a day that someone else doesn’t get. Every day I am here on this earth is a day I count my blessings. It makes me want to live the best life I can possibly have knowing others didn’t get the chance…”
The pop superstar has reached a new audience with her latest project.