Demi Lovato talks about the friends that supported her in rehab: Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus all reached out when Demi needed it.
In Demi Lovato's recent Access Hollywood interview, she spoke about the famous friends who have supported her during her darkest times or rehab and recovery.
BFF Selena Gomez, as well as Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift were all there for Demi, and having them reach out to her is something she is especially grateful for.
Demi explained, "I lost friends when I came out of treatment because I realized who wasn't there for me. I can list about five or six people that called me and made sure that I was okay."
That includes her celeb friends, as Demi noted, "The friends that I had that reached out to me were actually Selena...was there for me. She called me crying and I was like, 'Why are you crying?'"
She added, "Yeah, she was there for me."
As for Taylor and Miley, they both supported Demi as well, as she said, "Taylor Swift sent me an email saying, 'Hey, I don't know if you have a phone right now, but are you okay? Miley...people really showed up for me. But there weren't many more than that."
Demi also talked a bit about Miley (and molly--recalling her first time doing it), and while Demi didn't diss Miley and seems to come from a place of understanding, she did note, "Someone needs to be that light that says it's okay."
As an example, she thinks Kelly Clarkson is a great role model in her music, saying, "She never sang about that stuff (sex, drugs, partying)...it was all emotion based, it was all relatable things."
She applauded Kelly's song, "I Do Not Hook Up," for instance, saying, "It's not encouraging the behaviors that can take you down a destructive path when you're at a really critical age of developing who you're going to become as an adult for the rest of your life."
Demi is not, however, saying that she doesn't support Miley, even though Miley sings about topics that Demi won't include in her music.