Demi Lovato seems to have the most amazing pre-show ritual!
While preparing for her performance at last Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, audio captured the 23-year-old singer repeating the phrase "I am enough."
You have to love Demi's powerful messages of self love lately! The "Heart Attack" singer actually told ET at the VMAs that it's a big part of why she named her upcoming album, "Confident."
"I wanted something that was going to best represent the album title, where I'm at today and the music," she explained.
"I've never been more confident in my life and it was the perfect album title," Demi continued. "I feel like it's really important to love yourself no matter what your flaws are."
Demi has struggled with
substance abuse issues and an eating disorder in the past, and often credits
35-year-old boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama for helping her through.
"I think Demi is on a path for, you know, mega-stardom," Wilmer told ET. "I think she's gonna redefine pop culture in a level that people can't even expect next year, for sure."
Demi's VMA performance did have some critics due to an appearance by rapper Iggy Azalea. Watch what Iggy had to say
to the haters below.