April 23, 2020

EP. 4 — Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato joins Jameela to talk about her newfound love of Harry Potter, the #demiisoverparty, the problem with sample sizes, healing post-rehab, and body gratitude. 

Transcript

IWEIGH-004-20200423-ACv02-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to “I Weigh” with Jameela Jamil. Thank you so much for all of your messages. I really appreciate how warm and thoughtful and insightful you have all been. I’m thrilled to know that you’re enjoying the podcast and, and thank you for opening up to me about your own incredibly moving and inspiring stories. I so appreciate that and would love you to keep that going because I’m reading like everything to the point where I shouldn’t even really admit that. It makes me like a massive beg friend but I am because I want this to be the best podcast possible for all of us. And I want to know what you like less of. And I want to know who you would like to hear me interview, on what you would like for us to get into on this podcast and why I’m so, so interested and so appreciative of your feedback. I’m really excited about today’s guest. She is someone that IR

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