Demi Lovato Talks Quarantine Calls With Ariana Grande And Even Bill Clinton

Demi Lovato is spending a lot of her downtime time focusing on herself amid the coronavirus quarantine.

During her recent appearance for the "At Home" edition of The Tonight Show, the pop star, 27, told Jimmy Fallon that it's important to prioritize mental health during this period. "It's so important right now," Lovato told the host from her mother's home. "We're alone with our thoughts right now, some of us are at home alone…it’s really just them and their minds. Those voices in your head can get really loud. I call them roommates. The roommates in your head can be just as annoying as a real roommate."

One of the ways that Lovato has kept herself distracted is via technology and a star-studded FaceTime group chat coordinated by her manager, Scooter Braun. In an era of social distancing, she's hopped on the FaceTime call to see some of the most recognizable names on the planet. "There's this giant FaceTime group chat that my manager started, Scooter [Braun], and he just called, like, 30 random celebrities," she revealed. "It's actually really funny because the first night that I got on, I answered the phone and it was [former President] Bill Clinton on FaceTime. He was the guest of honor. And all the sudden I see Ariana [Grande] and Katy Perry and all these celebrities and Scooter. And every night it's somebody new." 

Which of the celebrities has Lovato fangirling? Well, it actually happened to be a reality star. "I freaked out over Mark from Love Is Blind," she admitted. "It's just really funny because you can't really get anybody on there in the entertainment business that would be cool because everybody on that chat is in the entertainment business. So you have to get somebody on there that's a politician or from a reality show. I think we had someone from Tiger King one night. It's so wild. It's like, who's gonna be next?"

In addition to the chat, Lovato also offered viewers a performance of her new single, "I Love Me," letting her vocals take the forefront of the number. Scroll on below to catch up with Lovato!

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