Gomez is getting young people pumped about social change.
For the second year in a row, Selena Gomez will host the WE Day television event this August to motivate young people to stand up and work for causes that matter to them. According to its website, WE Day is cause-inclusive, which means it focuses on empowering young people to make a difference in their local and global communities. As for all of the people you see in the room for the event, they all earned their spot there. The WE Day website is clear in saying that tickets to the event cannot be bought. Instead, young people volunteer for their cause through WE Day and they work for their spot in the arena. Gomez will be joined by a few big names on the night and one that has caught everyone’s eye is Demi Lovato, her childhood BFF.
People are extra ready to see Lovato and Gomez together at the WE Day television event.
We all know Demi Lovato is just six months sober from a major overdose in July 2018. She’s spent 90 days in rehab, out of the public eye, and has been slowing returning to social media. First, it started out with Instagram likes and gradually progressed to the singer calling out body-shaming gaming app advertisements on the platform.
Now, the international icon has deleted her Twitter platform after users assumed the worst in her and started attacking her mental health struggles. Lovato took to her Instagram stories to explain exactly what went down.
Demi Lovato is back home after completing 90 days of in-patient treatment for her sobriety. Lovato has been open about her addiction and recovery for years now, and has helped humanize and destigmatize the disease. We know that she’s attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and very, very slowly stepping back into her life.
Lovatics are screaming for her return, so here are the breadcrumbs of what we know about her sobriety, where she’s been spotted around Los Angeles, and who she’s stanning on the gram.
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