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Demi Lovato Takes A Part In The Trevor Project For ‘Pride Everywhere’ Campaign

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On May 27, Demi Lovato, who has received various accolades throughout her music career, announced that she has teamed up with The Trevor Project to support and celebrate ‘the pride‘, through Instagram.

For this project, Demi gives an inspiring message in ‘Pride Everywhere‘ campaign video for the LGBTQ+ community, and uses the following statements:

“When you see this parade, what do you see? You see people from all walks of life, owning their power unapologetically, using it for those who need it. You see resilience in a thousand forms. The strength to stand up, despite so many reasons to sit down. You see imagination at every turn, a brilliance shared by creative minds, writing stories, solving problems and painting pictures that will become our history.

This is not a parade. This is Pride. And Pride isn’t going anywhere. Because Pride is everywhere.”

With this video, it is aimed to give the message that Pride can never be canceled because of any reason, such as Covid-19.

Besides, while Demi Lovato announcing this collaboration, posted a photo of herself and campaign video. She captioned this post as follows:

“Pride is here!! 🎉 I’m so honored and proud to help my friends at The @trevorproject celebrate  #PrideEverywhere this year 💖 No matter where you’re celebrating, know that you are loved!!”

The followers gave positive feedback to this post, and they commented by using the following statements:

“Thanks Demi for always using your platform to talk about important things ❤️” said Max Andemi.

“I LOVE U THANK U FOR ALWAYS SUPPORTING THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY” commented ddlovatosplanett nicknamed follower.

Below, you can view the mentioned post, and watch the ‘Pride Everywhere’ video.

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