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by Angelic


Los Angeles, CA:
10635 Santa Monica Blvd #130
Los Angeles, CA 90025

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Maurizio Secci May 14, 2017 - 6:00 pm

Dear Demi,

My name is Maurizio and I’m the father from my 15 years old daughter Joy. My daughter is fighting Anorexia. It is a very hard fight but she doesn’t see why SHE has to fight. She wants to do it all by herselves and doesn’t accept any help. She lost already so much because of Anorexia. One her most lovely hobby is singing but she’s not allowed do to this anymore. I know that she is a very big fan from and I was hoping that you could say some inspiring words to her to keep on fighting to overcome this terrible Anorexia.

Kind regards from a very worried carrying father.

Maurizio Secci

Sarah Lovato May 16, 2017 - 2:22 am

please Demi replay my message, i need your email to text you:(?❤️ Love you so much

zeeshan June 15, 2017 - 8:55 pm

Demi you are my crush
i love you
i want to meet with you
but i know that is imposible
but maybe God will give me chance to meet you
i love you so much

Taylor April 19, 2020 - 7:50 am

Dear demi

I love you so much im a huge fan i really want to meet you my birthday is next month i really love your music.?😁

Taylor June 10, 2020 - 10:44 am

Dear demi,
I have tried and to contact u but i couldn’t i have a demi lovato bag and poster i would love to see you. I try to feel happy but I’m sad when I’m sad your music helps me calm down btw i love you

Kimberly Bennett May 18, 2017 - 2:26 am

Our school here needs your help!

Kevin De Block May 22, 2017 - 2:32 pm

Hi Demi Lovato,

I wanted to write you this message to thank you for all you done for me and for other people. Without your story and music i wouldn’t be so strong as now.

I’m Kevin and happy to say that I will represent and protect the rights and the diversity in my university college Odisee.

As a person representing the people. I’ll be thankful all my live for what you did.

You’re the bird that gives life to others by being themself. You gave my life another future.

Therefore I want to send all my gratitude for entertaining the life of others.

Thank you!

Esmeralda P. Miranda June 20, 2020 - 9:49 am

Hello, u may not get text from a mom but that’s me (55) I love ure music ure story I feel you of being bully. I know cause all my life I have been bully growing up and so as I became a mom I learn to hide the pain and feeling. Because of me hiding my pain from bully I needed a heart transplant in 2010 and adult persons started bully me cause I’m not a fighter ( I ate my pain) I always was over weight and always sad but not in front of my daughter. Know I was told I need a kidney but I have not found a donor. I would love if u could help me. I can’t work. I want job at home but no luck. I keep having bad luck had a car accident. Can buy a home not money and bad credit. I was telling my daughter 24 year old that follows u a lot. Maybe Demi can help me. I’m ugly looking., my hair dose not grow, I can’t get new eye glasses I wear the same for 3 years. I love u!! Thank you if u read this

Amelia Ford May 28, 2017 - 9:02 am

Hey there Demi,
Idk if your gona read this or not. I’m 21 and live with my twin sister. Me and her have watched your shows and listened to music and everything. We both love what you do. I dont follow much socially but I love seeing what you do for everyone else around you and helping anyone you can. I know I won’t ever personally meet any superstars or anything in my lifetime to actually talk to them or anything, but if i could ever meet someone, I’d love to meet you.
I live in a small town in Ontario Canada and dont really have money to get out or do anything. I would love to meet you if your ever around.
Send me an email if you ever visit lower Ontario. Would love to meet you.
Have a great day and keep up what your doing!

Chloe Biddle May 30, 2017 - 3:23 am

Hey Demi. My boyfriend is your biggest fan and he has been through so much in the past couple of years. He loves you so much. He litterally adores you. You saved his life your music helped him so much. Thank you so much. Its his 18th soon so please can you follow him on instagram at @jordanliamdray it would mean so much to him. ❤ Thank you x

Chloe Biddle May 30, 2017 - 6:07 am

Hello My name is Chloe Biddle. My boyfriend is called Jordan. Jordan is your biggest fan. He loves you so much and your music helped him get through some terrible times in the past couple of years. He is turning 18 soon so for his birthday I wanted him to have something special. So please would you do me the honour of going on his instagram and messaging him please. It would mean the world to him. ? His instagram is @jordanliamdray Thank you x

SWASTIK MOHAN June 1, 2017 - 6:24 pm

I wanna marry this angel. Golu molu golu molu golu molu. God has given her a bful smile , bful face and bful voice. She is a state of art child of God. God bless her

amber macias June 3, 2017 - 3:27 am

hi demi i dont know much about you but what i do know is that you went trow a lot of depresshn and its the same with me see my life is ok i have a nice fam but this fam has gone trow hell hasnt got any help i live with my mom and sometimes my dad and why i say that is becaues my dad he comes and go i cant stop him i try to but i told him to get help but he says no he has a drinking problem and he probley cheats on my and migth do drugs but when he leves i get hurt we all do i see my my bro and sis always sad to not have there dad all the time i keep this family going i work take care of bor and sis i have no brakes and when my dad leves its even harder my mom always get mad realy mad and blames it on me she always yells at me every one thinks im a worthles that im just like my dad i dont want to be called that any more see just a bit ago i almost took my life away but then i stoped my slef i said if i leve im going be like my dad for me not to feel pain in my hart a was self harming and still m its hard i went to my school conclier and she were going to get you some help they asked me lots of thing and my ansers well most of them were all lies i say the truth i know i should have but i couldnt then some one came to pick me up and i was crying and saying why why didnt i just take my life they sent me to a hospital i i was ther till the night i lied still i didnt tell them the truth they new something was wrong so the sent me to vista del mar it was 3 hours away from my town fresno it not a lovely place but its some thing even ther i didnt get the help cuz i coudnt i was afrad that my fam would get hurt i want to talk to you or text you to see how you did it how you got to were your at i dont want to be in pain anymore pleez let me get the chance to talk to you love one of your fan amber macias aka i love eminem to he is one the reson why im still standing here today to love you demi:)

Karissa Balderas June 4, 2017 - 10:01 am

Heyy Demi,
Well I’ll just start by saying I’m a very big fan that needs help financially and is hoping and praying to god that I get an answer from you I would explain to you why I need help financially but I wouldn’t want to just post it right here so if you see this can you please contact me back I am desperately asking for your reply and help it is very needed or else I wouldn’t be writing this to you cause I mean you have your own life. Well anyways I know you’ve done a lot of heartwarming things like help people out and other things too so I decided to reach out to you if you are willing to help please reply back or contact me @kbalderas29a@gmail.com thanks for taking the time to read this Thank You :)

KaylA June 8, 2017 - 7:14 am

Hi my name is Kayla. I’m 12 years old. I know this might not even be you, but I just wanted to say that you inspire me. I used to be annoyed and mad about myself not having a thigh gap, however, when I saw that you said “you don’t need a thigh gap to be beautiful.” It made me think and I said to myself I’m beautiful just the way I am! Also, you make me want to do new things in life, so I just want to thank you for what you do. If you can’t tell I’m one of your biggest fans!?

Adarcia Fraga June 17, 2017 - 1:35 am

Hi Demi, I tried to send you a message on other social networks but I could not see you, so I’m trying here. I hope this is your real email. Well, I’m trying to surprise my girlfriend on her birthday and I want to give her her only cd that she does not have yet, but it’s out of print here in Brazil. So if you contact me in any way so I can try to buy it directly with your team, thank you for the attention. She is very much your fan and already has all her albums, she just lost the “Here We Go Again” that we are looking for in all the sites, but now it is not for sale anymore in Brazil, if you can help me, please Thank you You a lot! I would love to be able to buy it and give it a birthday present. Help me !!

Adarcia Fraga June 17, 2017 - 1:43 am

Hi Demi, I tried to send you a message on other social networks but I could not see you, so I’m trying here. I hope this is your real email. Well, I’m trying to surprise my girlfriend on her birthday and I want to give her her only cd that she does not have yet, but it’s out of print here in Brazil. So if you contact me in any way so I can try to buy it directly with your team, thank you for the attention. She is very much your fan and already has all her albums, she just lost the “Here We Go Again” that we are looking for in all the sites, but now it is not for sale anymore in Brazil, if you can help me, please Thank you You a lot! I would love to be able to buy it and give it a birthday present. Help me !!

Please contact me by email (dadafraga3@gmail.com), twitter (@DaughterOFQuenn), Instagram (@ninguemseliganaperdida) or whatever. Just help me. Please, it’s very important.

Lee Machado June 30, 2020 - 11:14 pm

dear demi lovato my name is kaitlyn
i am 18 years old so im just wondering can you come over to
my house for on my birthday and my graduation party but im a senior im graduting
not til august 15 so you are invited so im your biggest fan i love you love kaitlyn

Jana January 30, 2020 - 3:41 pm


I normally don’t try to reach famous people. I know you recently suffered an overdose. I am glad you did not succeed if that’s what you were trying to do. You’re an amazing talented singer. A lot of your music has helped me get through my times that I self-harmed and things I’ve battled. I don’t know what you’re going through but you are an amazing person from what I can see and I know I can only see so much from my perspective. Your music does help and it’s very relatable. I’m a suicide survivor, I’ve self-harmed, a trauma victim. I have a pretty rough time. But your music does help me and I wanted you to know that. Thank you.

Kathleen Jenkins February 1, 2020 - 6:15 am

Dear Demi,
I saw you on the Grammy Awards on Sunday night and was very touched by your song. Demi , God has heard your cry. He is listening to you. Never feel stupid when you pray. I would like for you to meet someone who helped me in my life when my daughter had suicidal thoughts and now today she is going to college and pursing her degree with a hopeful future. Please feel free to contact me. I am praying for you.

Sarah Flickinger February 3, 2020 - 7:38 am

Girl u kicked ASS singing at the Superbowl. I’m a singer- an eating disorder survivor…. well…. constant warrior against that war.

U are beautiful. Ed can’t win. The national anthem is one of the hardest songs- I do know…. I’ve sang it often….words forgetton…. sharps…. breaks in my belting…..not an easy song

I just want to say that u fucking rocked it girl. Go GIT EM

Ali Porter February 3, 2020 - 7:42 am

Dear Demi,

Your Grammy performance and Super Bowl performances touched so many people including me. We felt your heart and your pain. As a teacher and mother of two young boys– I want you to know that there are people in so many corners of the world who wish we could heal your hurt- and be a place of solace to you. I doubt that you read all these comments but if you do– know that you have many kindred spirits wishing you well. We wish we were in your life to provide a shoulder to cry on, a refuge from the hurt and a new friend with which you could share ideas. Keep speaking from the heart is everything. I operate in my classroom from the understanding that my students may forget what I’ve taught them but that they may never forget how I made them feel. I constantly remind them that I love and support them–that I push them to be their best while always leaving my door open in case they need someone to understand that they can’t be their best that day, or that week, or that month. I have compassion and understanding for your beautiful heart. Hang in there Demi, take care of your health, heart and soul. Reach out when you need a friend. People want to help.

Vannezza ybarra February 3, 2020 - 12:15 pm

I really wish I could be able to send a message to Demi about how powerful her songs have been for me for years and the words are just ,,,the most inspirational. But I doubt messaging on here will be read by Demi herself . It’s ok just keep your head up and stay strong .
😎 friend in need ! fans are here🙂

Seth February 3, 2020 - 5:27 pm

Many people have talked down to you, discouraged you and generally attempted to harm you psychologically. I believe that you are very strong for getting through all of that. You carry yourself well. I admire you for that. Most people would not maintain such poise under that level of pressure. I believe in you and I want to see you do well. Beyond the fame. As a person, I want you to reach a point where you are truly happy and content. I believe you will. Stay strong.

Waylon bucher February 4, 2020 - 1:07 am

Good morning Miss.Lovato,

First off I wanted to tell you great job on the national anthem they could of not picked a more perfect artist to sing that song. I always get chills down my spine when I hear it get sung but when I was walking through the mess decks and saw you performing it had me stop in my tracks and listen to the rest of it and it really sent a chill down my spine. In a good way of course so bravo Zulu to you!

But my name is waylon like good ol country singer Waylon Jennings, I’m 24 stationed over seas in japan serving in our worlds finest navy hooyah! It would be awesome and incredible if maybe one year for one of the summer events if you could swing by and do a performance for every one I think every one would love that . I can’t offer you money or millions of dollars to perform but if I had the money trust me I would. Instead I can assure you that the sailors here and all over the world will always do our best at keeping you and every one safe back in the land of the free 😉. I’m sure this is to far fetched I assume famous people don’t do anything for free but hey you never know.

If you don’t come here I’ll always be a supporter of you and a music fan that goes the same for my two daughters and son and wife! Keep up good work and doing great things your an amazing person all way around !

Donna Torogian Burke February 10, 2020 - 3:08 am

Dear Demi, I am a 65 year old woman who has suffered from depression my entire life. I felt that your gorgeous song from the 2020 Grammy’s was an embodiment of what I’ve felt at times. You are so courageous and bold to sing that song. It was clear that the song was so sincere and was written from extreme pain. But, in your bravery, you have touched me and, I’m sure, countless others with your beauty and soul.
My sweet, young girl: your talent is a gift. Please continue to share your voice and thoughts/emotions with us.
Love you and am so proud of you. Wish you were my daughter.

SPARKLEZ March 26, 2020 - 6:35 am

Have you ever thought of re-releasing the song “Lionheart”? I think it would make an excellent duet with you and Dolly Parton, your voices would be amazing together ;)

Brittany Hansen February 10, 2020 - 3:16 am

Watching you perform the beauty that is Anyone, I felt it resonate in my soul. I’ve suffered with depression since I was 10 and thought so many times of ending. I’ll be 32 this year and I still fight. Your song is exactly how I feel. I love your music. You are so inspiring to me and your music keeps me going. I know you’ll probably never read this but just know you aren’t alone. Keep your chin up sweetie and know that your fans LOVE you. We are always here for you Demi.

emily n cudahy February 14, 2020 - 12:48 am

Hello Demi Lovato, at Kern Valley High we do an event called senior stars . This event celebrates seniors in high school going to a junior college, community college, a 4 year university and the military. As the class of 2020 we would love for you to attend and speak. If you manger can email me back then that will be great. Thank you from the class of 2020.

Natalie dragovich February 17, 2020 - 1:51 pm

I’m a simple girl. I joined the army when I was 20. I came from a coal mining town in Illinois. I dont have cable but I have roku. I have PTSD. I heard your song on the award show. I want you to know it takes a great person to even talk none the less sing about what happened to them. I thank you for helping me speak out. I dont want anything from you. I just want you to know ..there are people and me that know not what is happening but will always be there for you. I’m a soldier and a woman..no one is left befind..not on my watch. Thank you mrs. Lovato. Sincerely , natalie dragovigh

Manny Mei February 19, 2020 - 10:06 am

hi, demi,
my name is Manny I am sister to three other siblings. I’m the second youngest. I’m nine yr. old but I’m almost 10. My fav. song is by you it’s “heart attack ” I wish I could hear it on the radio, but I only hear the newest pop songs.

Thanks, hope you reply

Manny Mei February 19, 2020 - 10:10 am

hi, demi,
my name is Manny I am sister to three other siblings. I’m the second youngest. I’m nine yr. old but I’m almost 10. My fav. song is by you it’s “heart attack ” I wish I could hear it on the radio, but I only hear the newest pop songs.

Thanks, hope you reply,

Morgan Watt February 25, 2020 - 9:50 am

I am Morgan P Watt. And I would like to know every detail about you. As original as it gets lol. I’m very private and I don’t care that you are notorious… I want to know about you if I’m lucky.

Jonathan Allen March 5, 2020 - 3:26 am

Ms. Lovato- i love you and apologize so much for abandoning you during a trying time in your life. I was so hurt by your overdose. That happened right before your Atlantic City NJ show and i felt personally abandoned by you. I was looking forward to seeing you and possibly meeting you.

Please accept my apologies for abandoning you. You are so loved And I’ll never leave you again. I HOPE YOU TOUR NEAR ME IN FLORIDA SO I CAN SEE YOU…LOVE YOU

Elizabeth March 6, 2020 - 2:14 pm

Im so proud of you! I’m literally on tears watching your performances and wishing I had the strength you do.
Recently I tried to commit suicide. And you’re stories and your music has helped me in so many ways! You are an inspiration! I feel like we connect on so many levels. I wish I could meet you in person but I know that probably won’t Happen, unfortunately. But I do want you to know you are so loved by so many. You are an inspiration! Beautiful! And so very talented! I love you Demi<3

John l March 7, 2020 - 2:43 am

God bless you,

Andrea Wachter March 9, 2020 - 3:58 am

Hi Demi,
After overcoming an eating disorder and substance abuse about 30 years ago, I devoted my life to helping others. In my therapy practice i’ve worked with kids as young as six years old who are already hating their precious bodies. I’ve worked with seniors in their 80s who have no memories of guilt-free eating, and I’ve seen nearly every age in between. I am so grateful that you are carrying the message of hope and healing. You are a gem and I know millions are benefiting from your courageous path.

Andrea Wachter, LMFT

Lee Machado March 19, 2020 - 5:08 am

dear demi lovato
im your biggest fan so i love you
im kaitlyn eleanor machado im 18
years old im with my own family
i love you kaitlyn machado

Lee Machado March 19, 2020 - 5:23 am

hi demi lovato
i was wondering i want to come over
to my house outside my mom will call your manger of your tour
and i want you to sing a song a lot of songs you like and i want you come over to my house
sing me a lot of songs when im turning 19 my birthday party
can you come and sing for my 19 birthday party

Lee Machado March 19, 2020 - 5:24 am

in the back yard

Lee Machado March 23, 2020 - 3:45 am

dear demi lovato
im im your biggest fan and im 18 years old
i want you to come to my house to sing a lot of songs
for my birthday ok i love you kaitlyn

Emily Weinberg March 31, 2020 - 6:07 am

Last week, I found out that I got into my dream school, American University. When I found out, I immediately started sobbing, because I know that this is the school that I will be able to make the most of my time at college.

When I was in fifth grade, my mom was diagnosed with Stage 3C breast cancer, and so in came the bills. She was later laid-off and started a consulting business. Suddenly, she was hospitalized due to heart failure, a result of chemo damaging her heart.

Due to the COVID-19 stock market crash, the money my family has for college rapidly declined and has left me to raise at least $25,000 per year to attend AU. I cannot appeal for more money because my family barely made more money in 2019 than 2018. I am working as hard as I can to apply for scholarships, but I’m still not sure it’s enough.

I was admitted into the program called CRBS (Community Research Based Scholars), which is a living-learning community in which students volunteer with local non-profits. Unfortunately, this program is only available for first-year students, which means that if I want to participate, I need to raise all the money now.

I got involved with volunteering after my hospitalization at McLean psychiatric hospital, when I realized how much happier I was when I was helping others. Your mental health advocacy has shown me that it’s okay to speak up about having the conditions that I have and I can now see that I am a stronger person because of them. Since being hospitalized, I founded an organization called “Sophrosyne Mental Health”, focused on making mental health education accessible. The Youth Activism Project has offered me the role of leading the Mental Health Coalition, based in DC. AU will provide me with so many fantastic opportunities that, with your help, I can be a part of.

I know this school is where I belong, and it would mean the world if I could have your assistance in attending. Thank you so much for your time.

Frances Smith April 1, 2020 - 10:34 am

Hi, I was touch by Demi’s performance at the Super Bowl!
My daughters are huge fans! I wanted to reach out to Demi about one of my daughters. My youngest daughter is a smart, loving, caring young lady, who is now on a deadly path with drugs and mental conditions. This has been affecting her and our family for 9 months. I guess I am desperately trying to reach out to someone that might understand the pain and state of mind she is in. My faith is strong but it is hard for me to lay my head down at night, knowing she is out there using drugs and depleting her life. If you can Demi, please help us help her.
She was raised in a good family with both parents and 2 other sisters. She is my last born and is 21 years old. Because of her age, we have hit a lot of walls but we keep fighting to save her.
We are aware she has to want to be well but it is hard plus mind-blowing that my daughter is an addict with mental problems. I hope that you can help in some way or respond to my desperate attempt to reach- out to you. May God continue to bless you and keep your path clear. What you are achieving now is do so heartfelt because I feel the emotional pull, that has a special component that will continue to reach out to your fans.
I also know moms like me appreciate what your music is doing to people of any age group!!
I know this long message but I am willing to try express the need for our daughter to better herself mentally and physically.

Rachel April 2, 2020 - 2:58 am

I have struggling with Depression and anxiety and your songs have taught me to love myself thank you for all the help with your songs

ellie russo April 3, 2020 - 12:16 pm

hi demi!!! you are a huge role model in my life. I have watched have so much fun singing and I want to do it too just haven’t had the courage to do it in front of and audience quite yet. I also wanted to thank you for showing me that I CAN be an actress and be successful I just need to put in the work and practice! thank you so much for being my inspiration!!!

Brooklyn Ginter April 5, 2020 - 2:01 am

Would be awesome if I could talk to you. You are my role model and I am 21. You are the reason I decided to better myself and get help for my mental health. I considered going to a crisis unit because of you. I am starting on my mental health journey because of you
-Thanks Brooklyn

KEVIN MARQUIS April 5, 2020 - 2:03 am

I’m 52, and well out of your range of typical fans. I am not writing for money or tickets or autographs or anything of normal value. My life was turned upside down by bi polar disorder. It almost caused me to take my life. Yet, I did hurt others and spent 11 years in prison. Now as a dad, son, brother, and friend I want to use my past to help others. I want to speak about mental illness, prison, and other social issues. Unfortunately, my wishes seem unobtainable. People in charge don’t like felons. The only thing I ask of you is maybe an idea. Maybe someone to speak to. Thank you from New Hampshire.

Nicholas August 17, 2020 - 1:16 pm

Hi Demi Lovato,
It’d be awesome if I talk to u. You’re so hilarious and we praise for your humor in the shows and movies you appeared in. Also, I’m so worried about the problems you’ve been having with your health.

Havana April 7, 2020 - 3:04 am

Hi Demi My name is Havana and I am your biggest fan . I am 15. When I listen to your songs you give me so much confidence . I don’t know what I would do with out your songs getting me through my suicidal thoughts and the constant bullying, but because of you I can stand up for myself , I mean hey what’s wrong with being confident.
I love you so much and really hope i get to meet you one day.

Michael April 17, 2020 - 8:54 am

Demo Lovato I need to talk to you somehow, you could send me a message on Facebook messenger or my email bubbachuey50@gmail.com I friended a person claiming to be you on Hangouts and Facebook. I can’t go into details all I can say is that I spent a lot of time and money on this person. My name is Michael

eric April 19, 2020 - 1:57 am

hi demi lovato please will u email me

Anna Ybarra May 1, 2020 - 9:29 am

Hello Demi, I am writing to you for help. I have a niece who is 22 years old and is bipolar. She, being an adult has left the family with no way to help her. She does not realize she has an issue and is abusive, insulting and defiant. What options are out there? We love her so much and are so stressed out. She was in school living with roommates. Two months ago this started. She has gone to a local behavioral center three times. She checks herself out after her hold. She went to live with her parents but they have not been able to help her. She now moved back in with her roommates, who are terrified of her. I have been so inspired by your strength in how you overcame your issues, which is why I am asking you for help….. when she was normal she so kind and loving. If you can’t help please give me some direction. I have never done this before but really need help, before it’s too late. I would appreciate anything.

Sarah Garcia May 28, 2020 - 11:16 pm

I am your biggest fan ever!!! I love all your songs. My personal favorites are Tell me you love me, Confident, and Sorry not Sorry! You are my idol in music. I loved your performance at the super bowl! It was soooo good! You have a very powerful voice! I love being in my room and just singing my heart out to your songs… I love you so much! When I found out about you, I couldn’t stop playing your songs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am listening to Tell me you love me right now. You are so cool! I always thought that one day I might see you in person. Although that might seem impossible, I still love you and your songs. I have drawn pictures of me standing right next to you! My dream of seeing you still lives! Thank you for being my inspiration…
Sarah Garcia (Hutto Tx.)
109 Pecos Dr. Hutto Tx. 78634

LAURA MUÑIZ DE BUSTAMANTE June 14, 2020 - 4:09 am

Hola Demi lovato soy tu gran fan n°1 mi es Laura muñiz de Bustamante tus canciones
de disney me ha gustado muchísimo la que más ha sido make a wave send it on e it s on.
Gracias por todo Demi.

Jason Barclay June 22, 2020 - 8:18 am

We have been fighting a good fight to win the next election fairly. Based on my experience in cults, I don’t think there will be one if we don’t drain the cultish flames that’s pushing Trumps followers to accept any and all evil he commits or says. I wrote an article that give the secrets on how to quell those flames that will be his last resort and attempt to forcibly hold onto power.

Anyone interested in hearing me out? I LOVE Demi but doubt I’ll be able to reach her!

kaitlyn July 9, 2020 - 9:16 am

dear demi lovato
im 18 years old so i was just wondering
im graduating so can you come to my graduation party
its not til at august 15 so come vist me i love you im your biggest fan
ever i love all your songs and everything wow
so are you coming to my graduation party i love your biggest fan kaitlyn machado

Soleil July 9, 2020 - 1:01 pm

Hi Demi,

I wanted to say thank you! I have had relapses suicide attempts. I am battling bulimia, bipolar, PTSD, self harm, addiction. I hate everything about myself but am trying to love myself. I have suffered severe bullying. Abusive childhood. You are the reason I keep fighting. I have not attempted suicide again and it’s because of you. It’s a life long fight but because of you I can continue fighting. You are the only person I can relate to. I don’t know if you will ever see this but I hope you reply I would love to talk to someone who understands this stuff. I blast Your music 24/7. Thank you Love you Demi!

Soleil July 9, 2020 - 2:03 pm

Hi Demi,

Thank you Demi I have been through sooooo much. I have bipolar I have bulimia and I struggle with self harm I have attempted suicide before. I have severe PTSD. Childhood abuse. Severe bullying. Addiction to drugs and alcohol. I have relapsed. I hate myself but am trying to love myself. Through this all there is one thing that has kept me fighting and it is you. Without you I wouldn’t be here today. It’s a life long battle but I will not give up because of you. I blast your music 24/7. I don’t know if you will ever see this but I would love to talk to someone who understands this stuff. I am a great singer and I love singing i also love acting and dancing. If you ever see this I would love to talk to you and have words of encouragement. Thank you! Love you Demi! ❤️

rodolfo August 9, 2020 - 8:48 pm

please help us support this strong woman who has been a victim of rape twice this is her link maybe you can help us spread the word to help her gf.me/u/yn7tjp

Dennis September 3, 2020 - 1:30 am

I think it’s terrible you are embarrassed to have the skin color you have, however if your so ashamed of white people you can go ahead and move out of America you know the away from the white people who helped make you successful. My god will you people ever stop with the race card!

Angela K September 8, 2020 - 5:14 am

Hi Demi, I’m a big fan and what you went through is really inspiring. I love your music and I think your awesome. My favorite song is sorry not sorry. I think you have an incredible voice and are a great role model.

Mitchell Canfield September 21, 2020 - 5:08 am

Hi Demi,

I’m sure it’s hard to manage the messages you receive, but I’m super hopeful you might see this.

I have always been so inspired by the power of your vulnerability and honesty surrounding your sobriety and recovery journey. I am so aware of the power of sharing experiences such as this, and I truly see you as the pioneer of mental health and addiction awareness.

I’ve been in and out of “recovery” for a few years and just celebrated my one year being clean and sober yesterday. I decided to follow your lead and create art to keep myself reminded of this part of my journey and hopefully remind others that they’re not alone and there is a solution.

I would be so grateful if you would be willing to share this short film I made called “SOBER.” I have an included a YouTube link below. I grew up wanting to be a musical theater performer, but recently have been writing, exploring film, and staying super involved in social advocacy.


There is also an IGTV post on my instagram account – mitchcanfield. I want to make this my life – helping others to make necessary changes in their lives through art and exploration. I know that your support would help me to achieve this goal. You are such a profound artist with a vision that is changing the world. Thank you ❤️

Elaine maestas September 23, 2020 - 2:41 pm

My name is Elaine. I am writing about my sister’s story Elisha Lucero. We are from your hometown of Albuquerque and I am hoping you will help bring the much needed attention in better training and interactions between the police and People in a mental health crisis. Elisha was shot July of 2019 twenty one times by three Bernalillo county sheriff deputies after a call for help. Elisha stood 4 foot 11 inches and was in the middle of a mental health crisis. They claimed she came out with a kitchen knife, however our cousin was feet from the incident and stated she had nothing. One of the deputies stated himself he didn’t see anything in her hands. The sheriff department didn’t have lapel footage of the situation, because the sheriff refused to adopt them. I have spent my time after her death trying to change what led to her death and create a more transparent and accountable way of policing in my state of New Mexico. Elisha should still be here today. This has been the hardest thing to accept. If I can bring awareness and change what led to this and even if it saves one person. Then Elisha didn’t pass for nothing. I never realized how bad policing is when it comes to the mentally ill until it hit home. They are not adequately trained to deal with a crisis call. This is very alarming and our people are dying needlessly because of it. The Sheriff who leads the department was named Chair of the mental health and policing board by William Barr in Feb 2020 and now leads the nations police in how to deal with a person in crisis . This was months after the shooting and to my knowledge the sheriff has done nothing to learn from this incident. This kind of policing must stop. Elisha’s story could literally happen to any of us. Elisha worked two jobs she was a bubbly loving person. In Dec of 2017 she found out she had a tumor that created intracarenal pressure. She had surgery to remove the tumor but her symptoms increased that led to psychosis like symptoms that led to the call for help that ended with her life being taken by the men called to help her. A part of me left when she died, a part I can never get back. I will do anything I can to save another persons Elisha by raising awareness. please see links below these are some of the news stories. Please consider helping us get the attention it needs. My favorite quote is “be the change you wish to see in the world”. Since her passing this has took on a whole other meaning.


Charles Kuklinski October 16, 2020 - 3:13 am

Hi demi. I just wanted to say how much of a worthless piece of shit hollyhood whore you are and an equally worthless liberal cunt. I hope you get hit by a semi truck and drug for miles while still alive feeling every bit of pain possible. I would also prefer you live through the entire ordeal and suffer the rest of your life disfigured in pain and crippled until you decide to take your own life. And even then I hope you fail and continue to suffer. Go fuck yourself you piece of shit and bless your heart.

Ann October 16, 2020 - 4:17 am

Demi I didn’t ask for your political opinion. I am a three time cancer survivor. I had more than one doctor quit practicing medicine due to Obama care. I love President Trump.

Marcele Daeges October 17, 2020 - 8:37 am

Thank you Demi. Commander in Chief says it all; beautifully done and very moving. I cried and played it over and over again. Forget the naysayers about career damage. I’m a Stoners generation and am so glad now to know more about you and will follow your career. Blessings. Stay well. My best wishes to you and your family. — Marcele Daeges

kayden kenney October 29, 2020 - 9:04 am

Hi Demi my name is kayden I am 15 I absolutely love every one of your songs. I am a dancer and have used dance to share my stories. Some of your songs like Warrior, For the love of a daughter, Skyscraper and Father have touch me in ways that i can’t even explain. when I was 7 my dad sexually abused me. I used your song Warrior to tell my story through dance the lines ( There’s a part of me I can’t get back A little girl grew up too fast All it took was once, I’ll never be the same Now I’m taking back my life today Nothing left that you can say ‘Cause you were never gonna take the blame anyway) really hit me hard when I was preforming I started crying. I honestly love you and want to meet you one day.

Catlin Wisdom December 7, 2020 - 10:50 pm

Dear Demi,

I wanted to thank you for your song I Love Me and your honesty about how you have struggled with mental health. I recently was diagnosed with bipolar 1 and had to have inpatient treatment following my “come apart,” aka “when I lost my sh**.” I can laugh about my come apart now because I’m a little removed and have learned a lot about my condition, but it wasn’t funny, and I know I scared my husband and children. I am proud to say I have found mediation and medication to help me cope with my bipolar disorder, but I’m still working on trying to forgive myself…but you’re song helps. I listen to it on the ride to work. I work as a teacher, and I’ve found that oftentimes the kids who have the label as a “bad kid” are frequently the kids struggling with mental health. Keep doing you and keep speaking out on mental health. I’m just a teacher, and my voice only carries so far, but you? You can do so much good as you have been. Keep it up, Demi.

Thankful for artists like you,

Catlin Wisdom

DSelekta January 22, 2021 - 2:07 am

Just wanted to drop a line and give you ‘props’ for such an inspiring performance at the Inauguration of President Biden! Stellar work Demi! Keep the positivity up!

Nydia Rivera January 27, 2021 - 12:39 am

I am a 70 year old fan. What I know is that you are blessed. You have God given talents and as many of us are challenged with medical conditions and hope that we are strong enough to meet the challenge. Yet like yourself the world is a better place because of you. I look at you like a daughter. Be well mija and believe that you are the total sum of your choices. Be kind and love all that is within you. God bless your path.

Abigail Searer January 31, 2021 - 4:01 pm

I’m taking a one in a million chance here and reaching out.. my best friend alex was just diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. You are her IDOL! Your song warrior is helping us stay strong.. I would give ANYTHING to be able to send her a video of you reaching out to her. She is also in recovery, about to be celebrating 7 years clean and sober. Hearing from you would make the rest of her fight so much more positive 💜

Julie Johnson February 19, 2021 - 9:32 am

Demi I need you I have been on pills heriom so much more I need to talk to someone that’s been in my situation. I need help before I die


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