Demi Lovato approaches the world of old school dating: appearing in the DMs of the person she is interested in
On the latest episode of Demi's podcast 4D With Demi Lovato, the Skyscraper singer and Schitt's Creek star Emily Hampshire recalled the story of how they met online.
"You got into my DMs and you said, 'Hey, I like you on the show. We should hang out sometime,'" recalled Emily, who played the hilarious Stevie Budd on the show.
"And then you said, underneath that, 'And by dating, I mean going on a date. I find you attractive.' You made it clear that it was a date. And I loved that because it's confusing sometimes. I'm decades older than you are. was investigating".
Demi, 29, also recalled Emily, 40, joking that because she is "decades older" than the former Disney star, she didn't think they would find the same things funny.
Emily laughed and said: "You also said, 'Think about Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor.' And then right after you said like, 'I don't mean you're the Holland Taylor!'
The reference between the two was about the 78-year-old Two and a Half Men actress's affair with the 46-year-old Ratched star.
"I thought it was the funniest thing in the world because I was a Holland Taylor in that situation," Emily joked. "Proud to be."
Demi, who came out as non-binary in May, chimed in: "A non-binary person can dream. And they, she, I was a 'her' at the time, I was dreaming big. I was like, 'What is it? The worst thing that could happen? And I made a very good friend. You are a wonderful friend and I'm happy that we became friends".
Emily agreed with the sentiment and shared: "Me too. Wish you weren't 29!"
The Canadian actress also revealed that she is single after a recent split. "I went through a difficult breakup and somehow it forced me to go to therapy and look at myself because it was all about the other person", shared Emily, who called off her engagement to singer Teddy Geiger in 2019.
"It was all about it. that I had no needs or personal worth and now that I have finally achieved, after many and expensive therapies, that I love myself so much and that I do what I want to do, that I am afraid of entering into a relationship. I am worried that I will leave that ".