Demi Lovato is evolving, and he or she has the ink to show it.
The “Anybody” singer, 28, seems to be exhausting at work on new music, posting a photograph on Wednesday with the caption, “Expensive little me, I’m sorry that it took so lengthy however child your [sic] free.”
Regardless of the teaser, followers have been much more centered on Lovato’s new neck tattoo than they have been on the potential new lyrics; the star confirmed off a big butterfly design on the left facet of her neck whereas on the set of a secret music video undertaking. Sporting an Alexandre Vauthier floral dress ($1,200) and pink Casadei pumps, the star appeared extra assured than ever.
She hasn’t defined what the butterfly tattoo means or when she acquired it, however the insect is probably going a reference to how a lot Lovato’s grown and matured since her 2018 overdose, which she’s been open about in current months.
In July, Lovato marked her “miracle” two-year anniversary of her overdose and marveled at how far she’s come, particularly following her current engagement to boyfriend Max Ehrich. “I can genuinely say I really feel freed from my demons,” she wrote at the time. “Every one. I by no means thought this sense was potential.”
Whereas Lovato has tons of tattoos on her arms and different elements of her physique, she additionally has her justifiable share of neck tattoos already. In December, the songstress had the word “survivor” inked on the best facet of her neck close to her collarbone and, in February, tapped tattoo artist Alessandro Capozzi to create an “incredibly meaningful” design on her again, which represents “a fallen angel being lifted by 3, pure, angelic doves (the Holy trinity) as her interior gentle is being guided by a better consciousness, and the disintegration of her darkish wings was representing the darkness I used to be shedding,” in keeping with Lovato.
Her many different self-love-themed tats equally acknowledge her psychological well being and habit struggles.