Demi Lovato holds a crystal ball as she models a figure-hugging black dress for the cover of Numero Magazine
Demi Lovato appears to be staring into the future with a stunning cover in the latest issue of the Numero Magazine.
The singer, 30, who starred at a recent Skateboarding & Smile Challenge event with boyfriend, Jordan Lutz, looked mysterious and sexy in her black crocheted gown with intentionally fitted sock-type runners all over, showing glimpses of her toned torso and legs.
The close-up artist’s dark locks were styled into an ultra-chic look inspired by 1920s Josephine Baker.
Demi wore camera-ready makeup with a matte red lipstick.
Her long nails were polished black and she held a small crystal ball in one hand.
Mysterious: It looks like Demi Lovato, 30, is looking to the future with a stunning cover for the latest issue of Numero magazine. She wore a curve-hugging Versace dress and appeared to be staring into a crystal ball for the cover photo.
Charm necklace made of mixed metals and gemstones.
The MTV Music Video Award winner wore a large amethyst and gold ring.
“We’re excited to share the first cover of our latest ‘Genesis’, which hits stores at the end of April,” the magazine’s editors wrote on Instagram Monday.
The publication also celebrated the hit maker’s recent musical success.
Demi’s single, Still Alive, the lead single from Scream VI, was released on March 3, followed by a surprise for her fans, Heart Attack 2.0, a 10-year anniversary re-recording of her hit song, which debuted on March 24. “
Demi will play several dates over the summer, including an appearance at the famous Stony Pony Summer Theater in New Jersey on June 16.
In an emotional interview in March, the Cool for Summer singer’s younger sister, Madison De La Garza, 21, credited Demi with inspiring her to get sober.
‘My best friend was a dope and he separated me from those around me,’ she told the former Desperate Housewives star. H! News.
Achievements: Número magazine cited several of Demi’s accomplishments in her cover model selection, including her last surviving song from the Scream VI soundtrack and her release of Heart Attack 2.0 making the 10th anniversary hit.
“When I realized it was starting to affect my relationship with not only my friends, but specifically my relationship with my mom, that’s when I knew I had to make a change,” she told the outlet.
In her documentary ‘Dancing with the Devil’, Demi came clean about the aftermath of a near-fatal overdose in 2018.
The Stone Cold artist revealed that she has had “three strokes, a heart attack, and now has brain damage,” from the dangerous drug interaction.
Madison said, “I think most of what I learned from her I just watched through her experience and what she did.”
UPCOMING SHOWS: Demi will play several dates over the summer, including an appearance at the famous Stony Pony Summer Theater in New Jersey on June 16 (pictured in New York in March)