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Demi Lovato Talks Mental Health And Performs At DNC

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
07/30/2016 4:45 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Demi Lovato Talks Mental Health And Performs At DNC | Demi Lovato
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It's been known for a while now that Demi Lovato has faced her struggles even at such a young age, but she continues to use her experiences to help strengthen others. The "Skyscraper" songstress never shies away from discussing them.  At the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Demi Lovato performed her hit "Confident" while also taking some time to discuss the importance of mental health.  The singer has already proclaimed her vote for Hillary Clinton, so it was no surprise that was there to support the possible first female President.

Here's a snippet of what Lovato had to say. “I’m proud to support a Presidential candidate who will fight to ensure all people living with mental health conditions get the care they need to lead fulfilling lives. That candidate is Hillary Clinton. Let’s make her the next President of the United States of America.”

Demi Lovato has done so much for those who suffer from mental illness in any form. She is also a strong advocate for Clinton's campaign and continues to offer her support.  Those who adore her for her strength in the face of adversity will listen to what she says, and that's not even counting the countless number of fans Lovato has.  The Lovatics are strong!  Clinton has made a very good ally with Lovato because she carries youth, females, and those suffering with mental health issues.  Lovato is an amazing female inspiration and role model.

Take a look at the video from the Democratic National Convention which shows more of the speech Demi Lovato made as well as her rousing performance of "Confident."  Lovato always nails that song, and we think its because it's not just a song anymore but an anthem for her.  

What did you think of Demi Lovato's remarks?  Sound off in the comments with your thoughts and enjoy the video below!


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