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Demi Lovato Defends Taylor Swift: 'Don't F--- With Me'

Demi Lovato, 2014.
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Demi Lovato performs on ABC television's "Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series" show in Central Park in the Manhattan borough of New York June 6, 2014.  

Taylor Swift has been taking some heat lately: Several critics didn't care for "Welcome to New York," and the singer had to defend her songwriting process -- which sometimes draws on experiences from relationships -- during an interview in Australia. Demi Lovato came to a Swift defense in a conversation with ET Canada, saying "Don't f--k with me if you're going to say women suck."

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Lovato continued, "[Swift's] one person that I feel like, one of the few people I've maintained a friendship with in this industry."

1989, Swift's latest album, comes out next week. Lovato is currently finishing up a tour of North America.


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