Demi Lovato says she’s finally got the boobs she’s always wanted.
The ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer posted two photos to Instagram showing off her cleavage. She captioned the pics with a heartfelt message about celebrating her body and letting go of her eating disorder.
“Fun fact: I never had boobs until I started eating what I wanted,” the 28-year-old wrote.
“My whole life I hated my small tittaayyys and then when I finally let go of my eating issues, I GOT THE BOOBS I WANTED!!! This is no push-up bra or boob-job y’all!!!
“IT’S ALL ME!! And you know what, they’re gonna change too!!! AND I’LL BE OKAY WITH THAT AS WELL!! But let this be a lesson y’all.. our bodies will do what they are SUPPOSED to when we let go of trying to control what it does for us. Oh the irony…. 💞”
She ended the post by asking her fans if they’d had similar journeys with disordered eating and body acceptance.
“Did you have a similar experience when making peace with your eating issues?? I’d love to hear!!!”
Earlier this year, Lovato spoke about her experiences with an eating disorder that was encouraged by her team.
“I used to have people watching me the night before a photo shoot to make sure that I didn’t binge or eat and be swollen the next day,” she told Bustle. “It’s just a totally different world now… I don’t prepare for photo shoots, even. I can eat Subway for breakfast.”
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Lovato has recently split from her fiancé Max Ehrich, whom she started dating earlier this year. Despite the former Disney star saying that their breakup was amicable, Ehrich has since said that she used him for publicity and he found out he was dumped by reading a tabloid.
“Demi wants no contact with Max at this point,” a source told E!. “She is completely embarrassed at the way he’s been acting and putting their relationship on blast via social media.”
If you, or someone you know needs support relating to eating disorders, please call The Butterfly Foundation on 1800 33 4673. In an emergency, call 000.