Demi Lovato has never looked or felt better than she does now.
E! News exclusively caught up with the "Really Don't Care" singer in New York City Tuesday, where she dished on her new partnership with N.Y.C. New York Color cosmetics. Given Lovato's recent string of sexy selfies, though, Alicia Quarles also had to find out how the 22-year-old pop star got in great shape.
"I brought Soul Cycle bikes on the road, so on my show days, I do 45 minutes of cycling as hard as I can and then I perform for an hour and a half. So, it was like X-amount of cardio every day," said Lovato, who performed a song from Camp Rock 2 with her ex-boyfriend and co-star Joe Jonas in Brooklyn Monday night. "But also I have an amazing trainer and I'm on a meal plan that helps me stay focused."
Lovato has often talked about overcoming her eating disorder since she left treatment in early 2011. "Sometimes, especially around the holidays, food issues can get frustrating," she admitted. That's why she hired a trainer and nutritionist to help keep her healthy. "With me, I just kind of gave up, completely surrendering, and was like, 'OK, you just help me out with my food. You help me out with my training.'"
According to the pop star, "It's just changed my life around."