Demi Lovato is not keen on revealing her Sexuality because she thinks it's not important at all. In an interview with gay news outlet called PrideSource, the 25-year-old singer of "Sorry Not Sorry" said she loves who she loves, and that's saying she can love both genders. She further said that her sexuality has nothing to do with her music, hence her silence about it. She is recently rumored to date women as well.

"I like to keep my personal life as private as possible when it comes to dating and sexuality and all that stuff, just because it has nothing to do with my music," she said.

Currently promoting her upcoming YouTube documentary entitled: "Demi Lovato: Still Complicated," the music star promised the documentary would reveal more about her but not about her rumored sexuality. "If ever I want to talk about it, I want it to be on my terms," she added.

Demi Lovato and her LGBT connection

In 2013, she performed her song "Really Don't Care" at an LGBT event in Los Angeles and in April 2016, the "Cool for the Summer" singer received her GLAAD Vanguard Award for her passionate acceptance and support for the LGBT. She said she did not expect the award nor asked for it, she just did what she thinks is right and urged everyone to do the same. Adding that her fearless and continual support for the LGBT community came from the fact that it is is indeed the right thing to so.

During her speech after accepting the award, she said: "You should always love yourself for who you are," Lovato told the crowd. "The skin that you're in — whether you identify with it and are afraid to tell people — go for it! You can do it. Have no fear."

Demi Lovato's songs

Meanwhile, Demi Lovato's "Sorry Not Sorry" song soars to Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100.

Currently ranked No. 13 from its previous post at No. 18, the song, in last year's countdown trails "Cool for the Summer," which landed at No. 11. "Sorry Not Sorry," currently records a total 20 million streams in the U.S. and at least 53,000 downloads have been sold.

Demi Lovato's most prominent ex-partners include Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers and Wilmer Valderama from the hit show "That 70's Show." Lovato also participated on a YouTube show called "Undercover Lyft" wherein she posed as a driver to unsuspecting fans, telling them stories about herself and ultimately surprising them at the end of the journey.

In 2015, Demi Lovato opened up about her bipolar depression and credited Valderrama for "saving her life."