Demi Lovato has never been one to shy away from complete honesty. In a recent interview with ET Canda, she spoke candidly about sexism, addiction and Taylor Swift. Phew!

Commenting on Taylor's recent statements about the perceived sexism she faces from critics, Demi agreed with the 'Out of the Woods' singer, saying: "Don't f--- with me if you're going to say women suck." She went on to say the entire message behind her music is to "[inspire] women and [inspire] everybody to be honest." (Quotes via ET Canda.)

Continuing her glowing remarks about Taylor, Demi went on to mention the way fame has a tendency to change people -- but that it somehow hasn't changed Taylor: "She's one person that I feel like, one of the few people I've maintained a friendship with in this industry. [Fame] just changes people and it's hard because you have incredible friendships and people change."

Demi is known for inspiring fans with her total transparency when it comes to her struggles with drug addiction and an eating disorder.  While it was a struggle to realize it, she finally learned the best thing for her was to surround herself with people who have her best interests at heart.

She said: "One lesson to learn is that you have to be able to tell the difference between yes people and no people. Because if people are handing you drugs do they really care about you? That's what I had to learn the hard way. You have to realize your worth is so much more than putting sh--- up your nose." We couldn't agree more.

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