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Demi Lovato Tweets New Bikini Body (PHOTO)!



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Demi Lovato seems a whole lot happier with her body than she was just a few short months ago. On Monday she Tweeted a photo of herself in a white string bikini.

Former Disney actress Lovato (18) has only recently been released from a treatment facility, where she was being treated for a bipolar disorder and an eating disorder.

Now, she says she is “excited” by her newly found confidence in her body.

“I’ve been working so hard to get healthy and fit… I can’t believe I’m about to do this but I’m so excited… Here’s my bikini time body!” she Tweeted alongside the picture.

“I never thought I’d ever feel confident enough to ever do that. I’m excited how far I’ve come since being completely ashamed of my body.”

The former “Sonny with a Chance” star says she is still working on dealing with her body image issues. She says she developed an eating disorder after being bullied about her appearance as a child.

Lovato finally sought voluntary treatment at the end of last year, returning home in January.  She has since told fans that she is looking forward to returning to work, but that is more likely to be in music, rather than in TV where she would feel pressurized to look a certain way in front of the cameras.

She certainly looks pretty good at the moment in that bikini and good for Demi for having the confidence to publish such a pic. What do you think to Demi Lovato’s bikini Tweets?

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