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Demi Lovato shot their shot with “Schitt’s Creek” star Emily Hampshire! The 29-year-old “I Love Me” singer invited Hampshire to their podcast, “4D With Demi Lovato,” and the 40-year-old actress asked if she could share how the two first met.
Hampshire revealed that Lovato slipped into her DMs. “I did, I slipped in those DMs,” the pop star asked.
“You slipped into my DMs and you said,‘ Hey, I like you on the show. We should kick it someday, ”Hampshire recalled. “And then you said, underneath it,” And by kicking it, I mean going on a date. I find you attractive. ‘You made it clear that it was a date. And I loved it because it’s confusing sometimes. I’m decades older than you, so ‘kick it’ I was looking for it. “
Lovato remembered Hampshire calling their age difference and saying the actor did not think they would find the same things funny.
“You also said, ‘Think of Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor.’ And then right after you felt like, ‘I do not think you’re Holland Taylor!’ “Remembered Hampshire, referring to 78-year-old Taylor’s relationship with 46-year-old Paulson. “I thought it was the funniest thing in the whole world because I was a Holland Taylor in that situation. Proud to be. “
Lovato, who came out as a non-binary earlier this year, laughed at the stock market and said, “A non-binary person can dream. And they, she – I was then she – she dreamed big. I thought, ‘What’s the worst that can happen?’ And I made a really good friend. You’re a dope friend, and I’m glad we became friends. ”
Hampshire agreed, adding: “Me too. I wish you were not 29! ”
Lovato admitted that the comparison with Taylor and Paulson was “not my smoothest move”, but Hampshire noted that she found Lovato’s attempt to dig herself out as the most loving.
“I think at the time I sent you voicemails like, ‘No! That was not what I meant. I am so sorry! “Remembered Lovato and laughed.
Both stars revealed that they are single at the moment. Lovato ended his engagement with actor Max Ehrich last year, and Hampshire was previously engaged to singer Teddy Geiger. Hampshire said she felt dating could be too difficult after her breakup.
“I was going through a difficult breakup and it forced me a little bit to really go into therapy and look at myself because I was about the other person,” she shared. “It was all about that I had no need and no self-esteem, and now that I have finally come to, after lots of animals, animal therapy, that I love myself so much and do what I want to do that I am scared to get into a relationship. I’m worried I’m just going to give it up. ”
Lovato agreed, saying, “I’ve also gotten to the point where I feel like, ‘But wait, I really love my’ Grey’s Anatomy ‘marathon, which I have myself.” I do not know if anyone I date will be interested in it. ”
The couple could not get out of their flirtatious cycle, where Hampshire even said, “It was not that I did not want to date you, by the way.” Lovato then interrupted Hampshire to discuss the actor’s new television program, “Chapelwaite,” based on Stephen King’s short story, “Jerusalem’s Lot.”
Earlier in the section, Hampshire made public about her struggles with an eating disorder, saying Lovato’s own openness on the same subject inspired her.
“I had told you something I had never shared with anyone, just like that before,” Hampshire told Lovato. “I had told you that you talked about your eating disorder the way you did, especially because it was bulimia – I myself have trouble saying that word, which is a problem, of course – but you really influenced me when I did not know you do not even know. ”
She shared that she was going for treatment for the eating disorder.
“Just before ‘Schitt’s Creek’ I went into treatment. It was a month, ”she said. “I came out and made ‘Schitt’s Creek’.”
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