The beautiful thing about celebrity interviews is that despite prep from their publicists, they often tend to go waaaay off the cuff and say things that make us scratch our heads in confusion. Celebrities are typically groomed to be perfectly professional and go into interviews with their coaching in mind, but the truth is, they're only human, which means they sometimes give too much information about certain topics, such as their sex lives. Yep, in a world where it's easy to feel innately connected to our favorite celebrities thanks to Twitter and Instagram , sometimes celebrities go way TMI and say some pretty creepy things about sex. We've all been there. You're at a dinner party, or other group gathering, and you say something intending to be witty or cool and end up majorly embarrassing yourself.
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Young Disney stars haven't really received the best press coverage over the last couple of years. Various reports have included drug use, alcoholism and a couple of ladies who like to take their clothes off a little. However, one band we once thought were on the complete straight and narrow were the Jonas Brothers.
Demi Lovato has posted on Instagram for the first time since entering rehab over the summer, in a post urging people to vote in the US midterm elections. The year-old singer entered rehab in August after being discharged from hospital following an apparent overdose at the end of July, and she has now broken her social media silence in an Instagram post which called for Americans to go and vote in the ongoing midterm elections. Posting a picture of herself at a polling station, Demi wrote: "I am so grateful to be home in time to vote!