We all know that Demi Lovato has struggled with issues of eating disorders, cutting and self-esteem, but in a new PSA for the non-profit organization Voto Latino, the 19-year-old singer flaunts her curves and proudly bears a lot of cleavage during a very sexy photo shoot!
When a photographer asks Demi to look "kick-ass," the part-Mexican singer wastes no time putting on a serious grin for the cameras, and with her hands firmly on her waist (she knows she looks hot!), Demi (and her bedroom eyes) make love to the cameras. "Oh my God, that's so fierce!" she says, after seeing the photos on the photog's camera.
Moments later, Demi holds up a sign for Voto Latino that reads "Make It Count In 2012. We Are 50 Million Strong," which of course refers to the more than 50 million Latinos living in the United States, according to the latest Census numbers.
Founded by Rosario Dawson in 2004, Voto Latino is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing new and diverse voices into the political process by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote positive change. In a recent HuffPost exclusive, Wilmer Valderrama, who is a member of Voto Latino's artist coalition, told us that one of the priorities for Voto Latino has been to creatively and effectively use celebrity voices to register more than 120,000 young Latino voters, mobilizing them to speak out and take action on policies impacting their lives and the Latino community. Clearly, Demi Lovato is first up!
It is becoming a habit of Lovato's to flaunt her cleavage for the cameras, as she did when she attended the People's Choice Awards last month. She looks absolutely amazing!
Still, is this revealing outfit and sexy photo shoot a little too racy for a voting PSA? Should Demi have opted for a more conservative outfit? Let us know in the comments!
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