Demi Lovato has her hands full. The singer is currently gearing up for the release of her latest record, "Tell Me You Love Me," which arrives on September 29. The upcoming record already has three singles off it, including "Sorry Not Sorry," "Tell Me You Love Me," and the recently released "You Don't Do It for Me Anymore" that arrived on Friday night. While some were quick to assume that her latest single is about one of her ex-boyfriends (she has been linked to MMA fighters Luke Rockhold and Guilherme Vasconcelos in the past year), some fans were quick to point out that the song, is in fact, about Lovato herself.

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According to Refinery29, the singer confirmed this when she commented on a fan's Instagram which read, "If the song is about her old self then it is literally ten times even better and more impactful." Lovato responded, "Well done, it is."

Singer honored with Spirit of Sobriety

Demi Lovato has always been open about her struggles with eating disorders and drug and alcohol addiction.

Most recently, she was awarded the Spirit of Sobriety in celebration of her five years of being sober, Just Jared Jr. reported. Lovato was on hand at the Brent Shapiro Foundation For Alcohol And Drug Prevention Summer Spectacular in Beverly Hills on Saturday, where she gave an acceptance speech for the award.

Songwriter explains the songs in her upcoming record

To promote her upcoming record "Tell Me You Love Me," Demi Lovato has teamed up with Smule's Sing! Karaoke app for a different kind of performance for "Sorry Not Sorry," one of the singles on her new album. Lovato told ET that the Oak Felder-produced track is "for the haters." While some fans may interpret it to be about an ex-boyfriend, the singer explained that it was about her struggles with bullying, a topic which she had never written about before, until now.

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Lovato explained, "I had never written a song about the bullying that I experienced when I was in middle school. It drove me out of public school, and I started home schooling because it got so bad."

Lovato spends time lending a hand to Harvey victims

In the midst of promoting her upcoming record, Demi Lovato is also making sure she gives back to the community. TMZ reported that the singer spent some time at the Houston Food Bank, where she donated 50,000 bottles of water to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. She also donated $50,000 to help relief efforts and even ran into actor and comedian Kevin Hart and NBA athlete Chris Paul during her visit. "Tell Me You Love Me" arrives on September 29.