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Steve & Marjorie Throw Lori Harvey A $100K Birthday Gala At MANSION!! (Video)
Lori Harvey turns 24 soon, and so she released some exclusive birthday pictures from a recently scheduled photoshoot. And Lori Looks amazing.
Here are the images:
And Lori had a star studded birthday party inside her father Steve Harvey’s GIGANTIC Atlanta mansion. Steve recently bought the second largest house in the State of Georgia. The only mansion bigger that Steve’s – is Rick Ross mansion (which was originally owned by Evander Holyfield).
The party was maskless – but only close family and friends were invited. Steve and Marjorie spent close to $100,000 turning their home into a ballroom, and later in the evening, a nightclub.
But calling the event that Marjorie put together a party, doesn’t do it justice – according to one person at the event. The insider told MTO News, “It was more like a birthday gala than a birthday party.”
Here’s a video of the event – please take notice of all the elegant decor that Marjorie created for her daughter:
Here’s video from the party.
We know what you’re wondering – was Lori’s new boyfriend Michael B Jordan in attendance? MTO confirmed that Michael was NOT there. He told Lori that he had Hollywood business to take care of in Los Angeles.
It actually raised a few eyebrows in the Harvey clan that Michael missed the event. But everyone is still cautiously optimistic about what’s going to end up happening with Lori and Michael.
He did post a video celebrating Lori on his IG:
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((( Poema Colectivo Revolución ,,,
The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA)
New York _ January 28 - May 1 2021 ,,,
In 1981, the Mexican artist group Colectivo 3—comprising Aarón Flores, Araceli Zúñiga, Blanca Noval Vilar, and César Espinosa—issued an open call for contributions to a collaborative artwork titled Poema Colectivo Revolución. Inspired by the 1979 Sandinista-led uprising in Nicaragua, the group sought to produce a “collective poem” about the theme of revolution, inviting artists and writers to submit their responses to this open-ended prompt on copies of the same letter-size sheet of paper.
The open call received hundreds of mailed-in replies from forty-three countries that, viewed in unison, map out a network of solidarity at a moment of mounting global tensions and economic turmoil. Encompassing typed and handwritten verses, ink and pencil drawings, newspaper collages, and Xerox photocopies, the project cohered a vast array of artistic approaches and ideological perspectives to creatively imagine alternatives to social realities. While some contributors directly addressed the political situation in Nicaragua, most reflected on personal interests and on the ideals and implications of revolutionary action, with works ranging from playfully subversive to skeptically critical.
Revisited today, Poema Colectivo Revolución remains a remarkable document of mail art whose radical spirit and aesthetic eccentricity continue to resonate, forty years after its creation.
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30+ Demi Lovato Facts Every Fan Should Know
For some, she’s just another popular celebrity but for Lovatics, she’s their personal hero.
Demi Lovato is much more than just a singer. She’s an actress, a recovering addict, and one of the many faces for the Americans for Marriage Equality campaign.
If you’re new to the Lovatic fandom or if you simply want to know more about your favorite star, check out these 31 Demi Lovato facts that every fan should know…
1. Demi Starred in ‘Barney and Friends’ with Selena Gomez
Believe it or not, the Disney Channel isn’t the first place where Demi kicked-off her career. The Tell Me You Love Me singer began acting at the age of seven when she starred in Barney and Friends and lived every little girl’s dream alongside longtime friend, Selena Gomez.
2. She Had a YouTube Show with Selena
Demi and Selena continued their friendship after starring together in Barney and Friends and even went on to create their own YouTube show called The Demi and Selena Show. Ever since then, the popstars went by the name of ‘Delena’, but their friendship is now sadly over (more on that later).
3. Demi Was Mini Miss Texas
Here’s a fun fact about Demi’s childhood! Her pretty face won her the title of Mini Miss Texas in 2000 – 2001! Apparently, it was this big win that led her to get more serious with acting and singing!
4. She Had Dark Thoughts as a Child
As exciting as it sounds to be a pageant girl, in reality, it has some dark secrets. In her documentary, Dancing With the Devil, the singer revealed that this “competitive” environment was possibly a triggering moment for the eating disorder she would suffer from years later.
“My self-esteem was just completely damaged… I remember making a pact with myself and said, ‘If I don’t win this pageant, I will never eat again.’”.
Demi also admitted to being “depressed at a very, very young age, fascinated with death, wondering what it would be like to have a funeral.”
5. She Starred in Plenty of Disney Programs
Demi Lovato rose to stardom in 2008 when she was cast in Camp Rock. After releasing her debut album, Don’t Forget, the starlet received her own Disney Channel television series, Sonny With a Chance. Demi also starred in As the Bell Rings on Disney Channel, too!
6. Demi Auditioned for Hannah Montana
If it weren’t for Miley Cyrus, it would have been Demi who was cast as the Disney darling, Hannah Montana. The superstar apparently auditioned for the role when she was 14, but failed to get the part. “I wound up not getting it but that’s how Disney learned about me”, Demi said.
7. She was Abused as a Teenager
“I’ve had my fair share of sexual trauma throughout childhood, teenage years,” Demi disclosed in Dancing With the Devil. The singer admitted that although Disney stars were supposed to “wait for marriage”, her “first time” was in a rape.
“We were hooking up, but I said, ‘Hey, this is not going any farther, I’m a virgin, and I don’t want to lose it this way.’ And that didn’t matter to them. They did it anyways…”
We don’t know who Demi’s abuser was, but she went on to say that he kept his job and still starred in an unnamed movie.
8. She Dated Miley Cyrus’ Older Brother
That’s right, Lovatics! Demi dated Miley Cyrus’ brother, Trace back in 2009. When they broke up, Trace said, “We gave it a shot and that’s all you can do”. People reported that it was age and distance that tore their relationship apart.
9. She has Over 10 Tattoos
Demi sure loves ink! She has over 10 tattoos on her body including the words ‘Stay Strong’ engraved on her wrist after suffering from emotional and physical issues. Demi also has a cross tattoo on the side of her hand and the words ‘You Make Me Beautiful’ on her rib-cage which she got at the age of 16. Other tattoos include a feather, a string of birds and the words ‘Faith’ and ‘Peace’. Most recently, Demi got the word “me” on her finger as a reminder to love herself.
10. Demi was Bullied at School
In her Simply Complicated documentary, Demi shared a sad secret about her childhood. She revealed to the world that she was bullied in school – “When I was 12, I was bullied, I developed a social anxiety where I didn’t trust other girls my age. Then one day, this girl this girl who was popular started saying ‘Demi should kill herself. She should slit her wrists.’ It resulted in a suicide petition that got passed around and she had other classmates sign it.”
Apparently she had asked her mom to be homeschooled after the seventh grade because she couldn’t take it anymore.
11. Her Sister was in Desperate Housewives
Demi is one of four sisters in the Lovato household! Her three sisters go by the names of Dallas Lovato, Amber Lovato and Madison De LaGarza, who just so happened to star in Desperate Housewives as Juanita Solis. Do we have another rising star on our hands?
12. Demi isn’t Just a Singer
This piece of trivia is no secret! Demi is made up of many talents! Not only is she a fantastic singer and actress, Demi also plays the piano and guitar. Let’s not forget that she’s a songwriter, too! She’s written almost all of her tracks!
13. Demi Went to Rehab for an Eating Disorder
In a revealing interview with American Way magazine, Demi revealed that she began binge-eating and purging at age nine, which carried on through her teens. Other than the bullying Demi experienced at school, her strict management was another triggering factor for her anorexia and bulimia as a teen. Demi admitted to Ellen DeGeneres that her former manager, Phil McIntyre, tried to control what she ate to the point where he would check her Starbucks orders on her bank statements.
Her emotional and physical problems were so strong whilst touring with the Jonas Brothers, that she had to pull out and seek help in 2010 by entering a treatment facility – “I was performing concerts on an empty stomach,” she said. “I was losing my voice from purging”, she disclosed.
14. She Admits to Self-Harming
During her rise to stardom, Demi was having such a tough time to the point where she self-harmed. In an interview with Self magazine, the singer revealed, “There were times I felt so anxious, almost like I was crawling out of my skin — that if I didn’t do something physical to match the way I felt inside, I would explode. I cut myself to take my mind off that. I just didn’t care what happened. I had no fear.” After leaving rehab in 2011 however, Demi was in a much happier place.
15. She was Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder
Along with anorexia and bulimia, Demi also had to deal with another disorder. Telling People about her rehab stint in 2010, Demi admitted that she “basically had a nervous breakdown” and was eventually diagnosed with Bipolar at the facility. She told Women’s Health Mag that “for years, people said I was depressed, and I actually didn’t know myself why I was so upset and why I would have these episodes of mania—what I now know is mania.”
16. She Had a Drug Overdose
Everyone knows Demi as a celebrity affected by drugs, but thankfully, she is slowly overcoming her addiction. The singer has been open about her drug use in the past, admitting that her first time doing coke was at 17, while working on Disney Channel. Demi revealed that she was”self-medicating” with cocaine and alcohol “like a lot of teens do to numb their pain”.
However, after several bouts of rehab, Demi suffered the worst in 2018 when she had an overdose after staying sober for six years. Emergency services were called to the star’s home due to an opioid overdose and she ended up spending two weeks in hospital, then some time in an in-patient rehab facility.
17. Her Assistant Saved her Life
Demi’s former assistant, Jordan Jackson, explained what she saw on the morning after the overdose on Dancing with the Devil, “There was one point where she turned blue. Like, her whole body completely turned blue…I was just like, ‘She’s dead for sure.’”. The popstar added that she is “really lucky to be alive,” that if her assistant had never found her, she would have only had “five to 10 more minutes” to live.
18. Demi’s Overdose Caused Brain Damage and More
Not many are aware of how bad Demi’s overdose was. Demi revealed that she “had three strokes…a heart attack…and suffered brain damage from the strokes.” She also added that upon waking up from her coma, she was unable to see and couldn’t even recognize close family members like her sister.
Although partially recovered, the star added – “I can’t drive anymore, and I have blind spots in my vision … I also had pneumonia, ’cause I asphyxiated, and multiple organ failure.”
19. Her Drug Dealer Took Advantage of Her
On the night of her overdose, Demi had called her drug dealer. Upon his arrival, not only did he secretly give her pills laced with Fentanyl, he also sexually abused her.
In the docuseries, Demi said, “When they found me I was naked. I was blue. I was literally left for dead after he took advantage of me…And when I woke up in the hospital, they asked if I had had consensual sex. And there was one flash that I had of him on top of me. I saw that flash, and I said yes. It actually wasn’t until maybe a month after my overdose that I realized, ‘Hey, you weren’t in any state of mind to make a consensual decision.”
20. Demi Admits to Relapsing After her Overdose
Despite nearly dying and going through all that trauma, Demi candidly revealed in her documentary that she returned to hard drugs soon after recovering from her overdose. Although “mortified at her [my] decisions”, the popstar said that she called the same drug dealer to “rewrite his choice of violating me. I wanted it now to be my choice.”
While she’s now done with the hard drugs, Demi admitted to still “smoking weed and drinking in moderation”, and reminded us that “recovery isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution”.
21. She’s the Co-Owner of Her Treatment Center
This is why we love Demi – she uses her celebrity status to advocate for mental health. In 2011, the singer sought treatment for help with depression, bulimia and substance abuse at the CAST Centers. She’s now the co-owner of the CAST Centers in West Hollywood, California. Congrats, girl!
22. She Almost Killed Paul McCartney
We can’t say this is a fun fact about Demi, but it’s certainly interesting – and awkward! In 2012, Demi admitted that she almost ran over Paul McCartney from The Beatles whilst parking her car. The singer took to Twitter to tell the funny story.
So…. today I was pulling into a parking space that some guys were standing in the middle of, and almost hit them….. When one of the guys
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) April 10, 2012
turned around…. it was a BEATLE…….. Yes, YOU HEARD ME…. SIR PAUL McCARTNEY!!! He was so sweet!! Can’t believe I met him today.. WOW!
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) April 10, 2012
And…. I can’t believe I almost ran over a Beatle……. :l
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) April 10, 2012
23. Demi is an Ambassador for Secret’s “Mean Stinks” Campaign
After experiencing bullying firsthand, Demi took a stand and decided to help others who were going through the same thing. In 2012, she became the new ambassador for Secret’s “Mean Stinks” campaign. This campaign encourages girls to “gang up for good” and end bullying in schools.
24. She was the Face of Americans for Marriage Equality Campaign
In 2014, Demi became the face of the human rights campaign’s re-launch of Americans for Marriage Equality. In her PSA, Demi declared, “Whether you’re LGBT or straight, your love is valid, beautiful and an incredible gift,” When speaking at Logo TV’s inaugural “Trailblazers” special, Demi revealed that her grandad had been gay and that “a lot of [her] spirit” comes from him. We applaud you for supporting the LGBT community, Demi!
25. Demi Dated Wilmer Valderrama for 6 Years
The Heart Attack singer was in an on-and-off relationship with actor, Wilmer Valderrama since 2010 until 2016. Demi revealed that she had broken up with That ’70s Show star when she had been relapsing. They got back together, but she announced in June 2016 that she had split up with Wilmer and today they remain “best friends”.
26. Demi is Pisexual
That’s right. On Chatty Man in 2015, Demi started being open about her sexuality by (sorta) admitting that she was bisexual. The lyrics for her single Cool for the Summer even suggested the singer was “experimenting” and in 2017, it was rumored Demi was dating DJ Lauren Abedini.
Eventually, Demi came out to her parents explaining that she saw herself “ending up possibly with a woman.” However, in an episode on The Joe Rogan Experience in 2021, Demi revealed that she was in fact “pansexual”. “I’m so fluid now”, she said with regards to relationships.
27. She’s No Longer Friends with Selena Gomez
As sad as it is to say, ‘Delena’ is no more. From starring together in Barney and Friends, to having a blast on YouTube, the famous ladies are no longer friends. “Demi has no beef with Selena and there is no animosity between them. They’re just not friends at this point,” a source told Us Weekly. The cause of their friendship breakup remains unknown, but we do hope they kiss and make up soon.
28. Demi’s Fiancé was Obsessed with Selena
In 2020, Demi shocked the world by having a shot-gun engagement to Max Enrich – a boyfriend of only four months. It’s unclear why Demi and Max Enrich’s engagement ended. But just a week before announcing their split, screenshots showing Max’s obsession with Selena Gomez were shared online. In some of them, Max asked Gomez to marry him and admitted to having a “major crush” on her in a video.
29. She Stands Up for What she Believes In
After suffering tough personal struggles herself, Demi has taken a stand be to a strong advocate for mental health issues and even gay rights.
Other than being the face for Americans for Marriage Equality, in 2016, her work as an LGBT rights activist was recognized by GLAAD, earning her an award. An Honorary Ambassador of Education by the American Partnership For Eosinophilic Disorders and a Global Citizen Ambassador who champions for the mental health children in communities in war and conflict; Demi has also launched the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program which raises funds and awareness for mental health issues.
30. She Never Wears Jeans
In a tell-all interview with Ashley Graham, Demi revealed that she never wears jeans! That’s right! Ever since going on a journey of “body acceptance”, the singer said that she stopped wearing denim jeans simply because they don’t make her feel good – “I haven’t worn a pair of jeans in forever because I don’t like jeans. They don’t make me feel great right now. And I don’t have to fu****g wear jeans if I don’t want to”. YES GIRL!
31. She’s a Fan of Jujutsu
Thought Demi was only good at singing and acting? You thought wrong. Apparently, she’s a big fan of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, which she started training for in 2016. Believe it or not, Demi also earned herself a blue belt in 2019!
Whether it’s her support for anti-bullying campaigns or her battle through personal struggles, we’re sure our list of Demi Lovato facts have taught you a thing or two about the Sorry Not Sorry singer.
If these facts about Demi Lovato haven’t turned you into a Lovatic yet, we don’t know what will!
This article was originally published on October 31, 2015.
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