Demi Lovato Talks Rehab & Taylor Swift In ‘Company’ Magazine

Sam Lansky | May 3, 2013 11:54 am

Oh, I love Demi Lovato so much. The singer is on the cover of June’s issue of Company (it’s like Seventeen in the UK, apparently), and she served the ultimate shade to her old crew of pre-rehab fair-weather friends in talking about her current crowd.

“A couple of months before I went to rehab, I had a birthday party and there were a couple of hundred people there. It was full of people who I considered my closest friends,” she said. “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.”

“I don’t have loads of friends,” she continued. “I used to, but then I realized, ‘Do any of them actually care?’ 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 4am if I need them. Most of my friends are not in the industry. I don’t like that lifestyle, the paparazzi, going to Hollywood places. I stick to my neighborhood and to my closest friendships.” Very sensible. Most of my friends aren’t in the industry either. (That’s because I’m not famous, though.)

She also talked about her disinterest in the private lives of others: “I don’t care about Taylor Swift’s love life. I don’t care about Harry Styles‘ love life,” she said. “I care about mine. I find it weird that people are so obsessed with other people’s love lives!”

Here’s one thing that Demi didn’t do: Reveal any more details about her upcoming album.

Ah, well. It’ll be out soon enough, right?

[via Entertainment Tonight]