10 Times Demi Lovato Was a Girl's Best Friend

Demi Lovato has never shied away from controversial issues, and her willingness to discuss her personal battles with body image and confidence issues only adds to the list of reasons why she is so incredibly likable. Factor in her habit of openly praising other female celebrities and you have enough material to spark a full-on Lovato lovefest. The latest famous woman to earn Lovato's praise is Kim Kardashian, who encouraged Lovato's body acceptance.

Here are 9 more female celebrities Lovato's openly supported:

Beyoncé

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While Lovato admits that she doesn’t consider Beyoncé to be human, she says Queen Bey helped her accept her own body.

Taylor Swift

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Along with practically everyone else on Earth, Lovato loves her some Taylor Swift. She even defended Swift against critics by saying that the 1989 singer’s music is about “inspiring women and inspiring everybody to be honest.”

J. Lo

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It’s probably safe to say that Lovato’s a huge fan of J. Lo’s rump-shaking anthem “Booty.” After all, the 22-year-old singer counts Lopez as one of the many female celebrities who made it acceptable to be curvy.

Ke$ha

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The “Skyscraper” singer expressed empathy and well wishes by supporting Ke$ha’s decision to go to rehab for an eating disorder.

Britney Spears

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Refuting claims that Spears is a diva, Lovato called her fellow X Factor judge “a sweet, down-to-earth, Southern girl.”

Ariana Grande

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By now the “Break Free” singer’s let everyone know she has some major pipes, but it didn’t hurt to hear Lovato say Grande’s vocals “are just unbelievable.”

Fifth Harmony

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Girl group Fifth Harmony received the ultimate praise from Lovato, who enthusiastically agreed to collaborate with them on a song.

Jessie J

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After making a surprise appearance during one of the “Bang Bang” singer’s performance, Lovato thanked Jessie J and called the joint effort “an honor.”

Barbie

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When Barbie’s average counterpart “Lammily” first made waves online, Lovato was a vocal supporter calling the more realistic doll “amazing.”