Demi Lovato and Caitlyn Jenner were all smiles Saturday night when they were honored at the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. ET was at the...
Demi Lovato and Caitlyn Jenner Shine Bright With Big Wins at the GLAAD Media Awards
ET was at the award show, which took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, to witness some of the night's most memorable moment's first-hand.
Before heading into the venue, Lovato -- a longtime advocate for the LGBT community -- chatted with ET on the red carpet, where she got candid on the importance of accepting others.
"Honestly, I'm just doing what already needs to be done," the 23-year-old pop star explained. "I'm just talking about accepting yourself, making it easier for people to love who they are, and hopefully helping society just accept who they are."
Today, Lovato is more confident than ever, but growing up as a young star in the spotlight, she didn't always feel that way. The former Disney star has been extremely vocal about her struggles with bipolar depression and an eating disorder. The "Confident" singer admitted that if she could go back in time and tell her younger self that everything would be OK, she would.
"I would tell my younger self, 'Love who you are. Love yourself, and you're beautiful,'" she said.
In addition to her excitement over the win, the 66-year-old reality star was equally as happy about the venue's all gender bathrooms, which Lovato documented in one of her Snapchats.
At one point, Lovato returned to the stage and delivered a passionate performance of her hit, "Stone Cold," receiving a standing ovation from the crowd.