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Demi Lovato Casually Carries Her Own Primer In Her Handbag


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Press tours are a perpetual delight in the world of gossip magazines. The already voyeuristic insight into celebrity's lives need to be enhanced by something extremely invasive though. In Demi Lovato's case, she emptied her handbag for US Weekly. Fresh from promoting her fifth record Confident, and preparing to go on tour with Jo Bro, Nick Jonas, the contents of a woman's portable storage bin were examined for posterity.

In her Saint Laurent tote that surprisingly isn't a Sac Du Jour, Demi carries the usual stuff like her Mercedes car keys, a passport that doesn't have a specified owner, Ray-Ban sunglasses, an inhaler, a wallet, a Whole Foods card, and a Starbucks loyalty card. Pretty standard, right?

Well, in a further attempt to plug the brands she has endorsement deals with, Demi also carries brand new NYC shadow sticks whilst blabbering about how much she loves them. She also carries her line of skincare such as her radiance mist and primer, because everyone needs a primer at all times.

What's questionable is the lack of trash permeating that bag; where are the receipts, candy wrappers, and samples? Something is causing suspicion, so have a look at Demi's surprisingly neat handbag contents.