The star is interested in the process.
But Demi says it was her mom who she was the most nervous about telling, though it turned out she had no reason for concern. "After everything was done, I was like shaking and crying", Lovato remembers.
Demi didn't shut away from the possibility of having kids. "Women, we don't need partners to, you know, amen!"
"Well that song, I knew that it represented that period in my life when everything hit the fan", Lovato told Cohen during Thursday's interview.
Performing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl is, of course, a huge honor - one previously reserved for the likes of Gladys Knight (2019), Pink (2018), Luke Bryan (2017), Lady Gaga (2016) and Idina Menzel (2015) in recent years.
Her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner received rave reviews on Twitter.
Demi's performance the iconic song has already won her praise from audiences.
Asked whether, after suffering an overdose in 2018, Lovato was really considering giving up music altogether, she responded, "Absolutely". The song was recorded four days before she was found unconscious and hospitalized for a drug overdose.
She continued and also said: hate Do you hate the police, Donald Trump and the spirit of this nation so much that you can't get your privileged asses out of the chair for 2 minutes to give some respect? "It was a scary time in my life for sure", she added. That was so lovely and incredible, and like I said, I am so grateful.
Lovato happily agreed when she copied Braun's post to her own profile, "Dreams really do come true y'all".
Many others were reportedly seated during the national anthem, but certain folks believe that Jay and Bey were trying to make a political statement. At the same time, Jay-Z, born Shawn Carter, came under fire when his Roc Nation company announced a massive partnership with the National Football League as Kaepernick still bore the brunt of public discourse.