Demi Lovato Talks Body: I Wear Clothes for My Size

Demi Lovato opens up on her body, style, rehab and more.

Demi Lovato opens up on her body, style, rehab and more.

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Demi Lovato won’t conform to the fashion industry’s standard of what size a woman should be.

In a new interview with British Company magazine, the X Factor judge opens up about her body and style.

"I got tired of trying to fit into clothes for very thing women, so I started dressing for me, in clothes that look best on my body,” the 20-year-old reveals.

If she ever decides to work with fashion, she explains “it would have to have meaning behind it – and to make women feel happy whatever body shape they are.”

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She continues, “The most frustrating thing about the fashion industry is that clothes are made to fit very thin women.”

This new outlook on life comes after the starlet received treatment for physical and emotional issues including bulimia, self-injury and self-medicating in October 2010.

Following her January 2011 release, Demi also tells the mag how she found out who her true friends were.

"When I turned my phone on after being in rehab for three months, I expected lots of text messages and phone calls. I had four texts. That was a wake up call,” she admits, adding, “Now I have people who, if I break my leg in the middle of the night, they’ll come to the hospital with me or they’ll answer the phone at 4 a.m. if I need them.”

And we’re just so glad she’s happy – not to mention, we can’t wait to see her butt heads with Simon Cowell on the third season of the X Factor!

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