Demi Lovato wants to “leave the world a better place” than when she was born.
The ‘Anyone’ hit-maker has reflected on her “year of growth” this year so far, and says that whilst 2020 has been far from “perfect” amid the coronavirus pandemic and the continued fight for racial equality, she has also “experienced extreme highs”, such as her engagement to Max Ehrich this June.
She said: “Nobody’s had a perfect 2020. Far from it. What we all need to realise, though, is that it’s OK for things not to be OK sometimes. Personally, I’ve experienced extreme highs and lows. I met my fiancé in March and I fell in love with him … But I’ve also lost several people this year, which was tough.
“I want to continue to strive to be a better person. I want to inspire people in many different ways to do the same. Above all, I want to leave the world a better place than when I got here. There are a lot of things that need to be done before that, but together I believe we can make it happen. You just need to be a little bit hopeful.”
Demi also spoke about the ongoing discussions surrounding mental health, and said she feels thankful that the coronavirus pandemic has allowed people to talk about their health more openly.