Demi Lovato Is Thoroughly Unfazed By Hackers Stealing Her Private Photos

"The world has seen me nude BY CHOICE."
Swing and a miss. 
Swing and a miss. 

What’s wrong with being confident? Absolutely nothing when you’re Demi Lovato and you have better things to worry about than a hacking scandal.

The “Body Say” singer is the latest victim of the recent hackings of intimate celebrity photos, joining stars like Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried in a club of famous women that absolutely no one asked to be in. 

A photo of Lovato allegedly wearing an unzipped hoodie in bed has made the internet rounds this week. But if you think this is the scandal to bring Demi down, you clearly haven’t been paying attention. While other celebrities are attempting to secure justice using legal channels, the former Disney star is taking inspiration from her hit “Frozen” song and letting it go. 

On Tuesday, the 24-year-old clapped back at hackers who thought a stolen racy photo of herself would faze her in the slightest with a series of tweets reminding everyone that she’s very comfortable in her own skin. 

“I love how everyone’s freaking out about one picture. It’s not nude and it’s just cleavage ... Besides the world has seen me nude BY CHOICE before,” she tweeted, adding a string of our new favorite hashtags #vanityfair, #nicetry #cleavagegameonpoint, #myboobsarenteventhatbig and #angles.”

Lovato is referring to her 2015 Vanity Fair spread, in which she decided to forego all clothes and makeup for a stripped-down and stunning set of photos. 

Speaking with the magazine, Lovato, who’s been open about her battle with eating disorders, said she wanted to show a “side of me that’s real, that’s liberated, that’s free.”

According to Gossip Cop, a second and reportedly more revealing photo of the star is also floating around somewhere, but from what we’ve gleaned from Demi so far, it’s pretty clear where she stands on the issue. 



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