Demi Lovato, Kate Hudson collaborate on workout clothes
13 May, 2017, 09:45 | Author: Van Morton
She's totally fitness-focused! Demi Lovato opened up to Us Weekly about how she stays confident about her body at the launch of her limited-edition Fabletics activewear collection at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday, May 10.
The 24-year-old became romantically linked to professional fighter Guilherme Vasconcelos in December (16) and it seems his battle skills have rubbed off on her in a big way, because she is now finding herself in the gym more than ever before.
Hudson co-founded her Fabletics brand in 2013.
"I think she will create a lot of buzz inside of our community for younger girls, which will be really nice".
Speaking to People magazine, the "Confident" singer said: "I'm in a really good place right now". I talk positively to myself in the mirror.
I also look at these pictures of the two of them cuddling up at the launch party and have some very dirty, very sweaty images pop up in my head.
While on the road - last year, she and pal Nick Jonas headlined a tour together - she brings a trainer along. "Whenever I'm training - whether it's boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, jiu-jitsu".
The "Demi Lovato for Fabletics" collection will be available online and in selected stores in eight countries worldwide.
Since she's been focusing on her well-being, Lovato - who will star in the YouTube documentary I Am: Demi Lovato in the fall - has chronicled her journey to body positivity on Instagram. Hudson says she immediately hit it off with the "Confident" singer when they ran into each other at the gym.
"I never thought I'd be in such a great place. You get to places where you never thought you'd be". "That's the beauty of working on yourself and taking care of yourself", she says.
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