Demi Lovato Is Strong AF In A Little Bra Top In These New IG Photos

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  • Demi Lovato is a strong, confident queen in some new photos she shared on Instagram.

  • In the pics, the singer and actress bares her epic core in a white bra top and flowing pants set.

  • Demi is a big advocate for body positivity and mental health.

When you look like a boss, you have to share the evidence with the rest of the world. And that's exactly what Demi Lovato just did, while literally rocking a white BOSS suit in Miami.

Demi, 30, posted a bunch of photos of herself in the cute set, which featured an oversized, flowing top, a white bra top, and wide legged pants. She has her hair slicked back and is truly looking like a queen.


“Miami with @boss 🌴,” Demi captioned the photos. Of course, people loved the look on her, and they made sure to let her know how they felt about her lewk. “omggggg🔥❤️,” one follower commented. And another added, “my jaw is on the FLOOR.” Same.

It’s great to see Demi so strong and confident these days. TheSorry Not Sorry singer has persevered through serious mental health and addiction issues, including bipolar disorder, over the last few years. But she’s used her own struggles to inspire and help others, though, which is so beautiful.

“It’s a passion of mine—mental health advocacy—and I’ve decided to partner up with Be Vocal because it’s something that’s really powerful when it comes to not only informing people about what mental illness is, but also what you can do to get help,” Demi told Women’s Health. The singer said she wants women to know that “it’s possible to live well, feel well, and also find happiness with bipolar disorder or any other mental illness they’re struggling with.”

Demi is refreshingly open about the ups and downs in her life, and she also advocates for body positivity, frequently calling out businesses for problematic behavior.

For example, when she saw an ad for a video game calling a woman of average size “obese” and comparing her to a smaller woman who was deemed “pretty,” she fired back at the company.

"Why is this fat shaming bullsh*t on my feed?" she asked. "You can be 'pretty' at any weight." The creator of the game apologized and took the ad down.

Look at you go, Demi! I love to see you thriving.

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