Demi Lovato Explains Why She Unfollowed Selena Gomez on Twitter


Demi Lovato briefly discussed her relationship with former best friend Selena Gomez on Watch What Happens Live alongside Jessica Alba on Thursday night.

In a game called “Plead the Fifth,” host Andy Cohen asked Demi between Justin Bieber, Simon Cowell, and Joe Jonas who she would want to “Shag, Marry, Kill,” and she bluntly revealed she would terminate all three. She later retracted her statement about former flame Joe, saying, “Joe and I are good friends, so I wouldn’t kill him. I’d keep him around.”

For Andy’s final question, he asked the singer — who plead the fifth when asked to reveal the most scandalous thing she has seen a Disney kid do — why she unfollowed the “Come & Get It” artist on Twitter.

“I think it’s just one of those things where people change,” Demi simply explained. “People grow apart.”

The 21-year-old also played a game with the Fantastic Four actress called “Domo Arigato Demi Lovato.” The dance charade required the former Barney and Friends star to act out iconic dance moves including the robot, the Carlton, Beyoncé‘s “Single Ladies,” and Michael Jackson‘s “Thriller,” while Jessica guessed.

In another segment, Demi reminisced about her The X Factor days and her favorite Britney Spears moments.

“I just remember like her having all little these moments where someone would come out onstage and she just would say it like it was,” she said. “She didn’t care, and she would just say like, ‘I don’t get it.’ It was really funny and endearing the way that she would say it. I would just come off across like just a b**ch. It was cute when she did.”

Andy then question the “Neon Lights” singer if she truly believes she projected a diva attitude as a judge on the singing competition.

“I’m a very honest person and I really just tell it like it is, and you see it on my face,” said Demi, who was reassured by Jessica that she doesn’t come off as catty. “So, clearly … I always just wanted to focus on being constructive. Sometimes it was really hard because there wasn’t anything constructive to say, like, ‘Honey, this isn’t going to happen.'”