Demi Lovato trades in pixie haircut for a dramatic extra-long mullet for their new music video with G-Eazy… as the star reveals that training in jiu-jitsu helped them ’embrace their masculine side’
Demi Lovato is having a lot of fun with their looks these days.
The 28-year-old superstar recently acted in the raven pixie cut they’ve been rocking lately and took a page from the Miley Cyrus playbook with a dramatic new mullet.
It was business in the front and party in the back when Lovato was spotted on the set of her new music video with rapper G-Eazy in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
New Look: Demi Lovato rocked a dramatic new mullet on the set of her new music video with G-Eazy in Los Angeles on Wednesday
Demi and G-Eazy (Gerald Earl Gillum) headed to the set of a music video for a previously unreleased song that the two stars collaborated on this week.
The Sorry Not Sorry crooner wore an oversized lemon short sleeve button up shirt over a matching yellow crop top, black parachute pants and work boots.
Their hair was the statement piece, though, as Demi is now rocking a long wavy mullet that runs to the center of the back.
A lover of glamour, Demi’s face was completely made up with dramatic eyeshadows in black and yellow to match their ensemble.
Hair Do: Demi’s new haircut made a statement as they now rock a long wavy mullet that runs down to mid-back
Coming Soon: Demi and G-Eazy (Gerald Earl Gillum) were spotted this week heading to the set of a music video for an unreleased song the two stars have collaborated on
G-Eazy, meanwhile, kept it simple in sleek black leather pants and a matching leather jacket.
This week on Demi’s new podcast, 4D with Demi Lovato, the singer chatted with transgender boxer Patricio Manuel.
During the conversation, Demi – who has trained in MMA for years – revealed that their own experience with jiu-jitsu helped them discover and appreciate their masculine side.
Getting to Know You: Speaking on their podcast, Demi revealed that their own experience with jiu-jitsu helped them discover and appreciate their masculine side.
“It felt like I was embracing my masculine side when I was training. I was able to gain a foothold in my masculinity,” Demi explained.
Addition: “I found that when I started training specifically for me it was jiu-jitsu, I really found a tremendous amount of healing.”
Demi recently launched the popular new podcast earlier this month and came out as non-binary in the first episode. Lovato now uses the pronouns she/she.
Their story: Demi recently launched the popular new podcast earlier this month and came out as non-binary in the first episode. Lovato now uses the pronouns she/she