Demi Lovato
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Demi Lovato wears futuristic face mask as she steps out to shop

The star went grocery shopping in safe style

Safety first! Demi Lovato stepped outside in Los Angeles, but not without taking the proper precautions. The I Love Me singer kept herself (and others) safe as she took a break from social distancing and stepped out to pick up some groceries. The 27-year-old made it fashion as she took every step to avoid coming into contact with the Coronavirus.

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Demi Lovato stepped out with futuristic face mask

Demi rocked a baggy all-black outfit with a matching Chanel purse. Channeling Naomi Campbell, the Confident singer covered her mouth with a matching futuristic face mask. Completing her look, Demi wore blue latex gloves as she held her phone in her hand.

The Cool for the Summer singer has taken to her social media to offer messages of support to her fans. However, like many celebrities, the pop star is taking the appropriate steps by staying in the house. Prior to the Coronavirus outbreak, Demi made back-to-back appearances on Ellen to promote her new single I Love Me and fill in as host or the daytime personality.

Demi’s latest single is the perfect anthem for self-love and is her second release since her near fatal overdose in 2018. During the emotional conversation, the Sorry Not Sorry singer opened up how her eating disorder led to her drug and alcohol problems and how her latest song is the “empowerment anthem” everyone needs to hear.

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The 27-year-old practiced safe fashion as she shopped

“Ultimately I made the decisions that got me to where I am today, It was my actions that put me in the position that I’m in,” she said about doing the work to maintain her lifestyle. “I think that it’s important that I sit on this stage and say that if you go through this, you yourself can get through it. You can get to the other side and it may be bumpy, but you are a 10/10 don’t’ forget it. As long as you take the responsibly you can move past it and learn to love yourself the way you deserve to be loved.”