Demi Lovato talks babies with LATINA magazine.
The singer-actress opens up about playing a lesbian on GLEE, whether or not she wants kids and on the Lovato Treatment Scholarship.
Check out some of her Latina highlights.
On kissing Naya:
“Yes, we kissed in the first episode, but I want people to pay less attention to the fact that I’m kissing a girl. Focus on the fact that having a young, multicultural lesbian couple on prime time is a huge step in our generation. It’s showing people that it’s ok to be who you are. Don’t be ashamed of it.”
On the Lovato Treatment Scholarship:
“The process is getting them through treatment, giving them the support that they need. Just making sure they get their two feet on the ground.”
On visiting Kenya with Free the Children:
“At one point this little boy named Ian came over. I picked him up and we just connected. He was so sweet and he kept saying my name over and over again. It was really hard to say good-bye to him. They also held a birthday celebration for me. They gave me a goat, which was pretty cool!”
On planning for the future:
“I’m a Texas girl, so my instinct is to have babies early. In my heart I’m like, ‘Okay, it’s time to have babies!’ But it’s not. I have so much life ahead of me that I actually have to slow my roll. We’ll see where my life is in 5 years, but I definitely see myself as a mom in 10.”
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore covers the latest issue of Everything Girls Love (EGL) magazine.
Moore, who recently released a fitness DVD, covers the publication’s Fitness Issue. Inside, Moore speaks on personal friendships, if she agrees with hose she’s portrayed on Bravo, who helps her deal with negativity and much more.
On whether or not she is happy with how she was portrayed on the show
“It doesn’t show all of who I am. I have a lot of layers. When you’re watching a reality show you may shoot 1000 hours and it ends up being 45 mins items. With that you don’t necessarily get the full picture.”
On if she thinks reality television is a stepping stone for bigger things.
“Absolutely. Lets face it; Real Housewives put all of these other reality shows featuring all women cast on the map. They’re all a carbon copy of the Real Housewives franchise. The show is number one for a reason. It’s sustained its ratings. It’s wonderful entertainment because you get to see the lives of regular people that you can sort of identify with.”
On if the show has changed any of her personal relationships.
“My personal friendships haven’t hanged at all. I’ve always been a very strong person and I’ve always been sort of a maverick in my family. I’m very independent My family and friends have seen some of the harsh criticism and they’ve made sure to check on me more often. They rally around me just to make sure I’m dealing with it well, and I feel that I am.”
To read the June issue of EGL, click here.