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Demi Lovato Tears Into 'Time' for Person of the Year Issue: 'Hypocrites'

Time named their Person of the Year on Wednesday morning (December 6) – and Demi Lovato is not pleased with their criteria.

“Time mag highlights brave women coming forward against sexual assault on the cover but names a man with sexual assault allegations against him runner up to person of the year.. Really @TIME? #hypocrites,” the 25-year-old “Tell Me You Love Me” singer wrote on Twitter.

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“I’ve become less vocal about my distain for certain people over the past year because it only divides our country even more but this is worth speaking up about. @TIME mag – very disappointed in your hypocrisy and disrespect toward the women on your cover.”

She added: “To be named POTY by @TIME it should be for doing something positive or brave LIKE the women on the cover. It’s annoying that it’s just about impact on the news.”

In addition, Demi retweeted a fan who suggested that Kesha should have been included. See all the tweets below.

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Celebrities React to Time's Person of the Year Highlighting #MeToo Movement

Celebrities are taking to Twitter to praise Time for choosing the “silence breakers” – aka the #MeToo movement speaking out about sexual harassment – as their Person of the Year in 2017.

So many women were profiled by Time regarding their personal stories coming forward against sexual harassment and assault.

Some famous faces included in the piece were Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Taylor Swift, and more.

Be sure to check out the full feature from Time magazine if you missed it.

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Time's Person of the Year 2017 Are 'Silence Breakers' Like Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Taylor Swift & More

Time has named the #MeToo movement, or “the silence breakers,” as their Person of the Year for 2017. The #MeToo movement is a social media movement that shows just how many people have been the victim of sexual misconduct.

The magazine writes, “These silence breakers have started a revolution of refusal, gathering strength by the day, and in the past two months alone, their collective anger has spurred immediate and shocking results: nearly every day, CEOs have been fired, moguls toppled, icons disgraced. In some cases, criminal charges have been brought.”

Many are quoted in the article, including Ashley Judd, who spoke out about Harvey Weinstein, and Taylor Swift, who came forward about a DJ who groped her during a photo opp.

“I figured that if he would be brazen enough to assault me under these risky circumstances,” Taylor told the magazine, “imagine what he might do to a vulnerable, young artist if given the chance.”

“I started talking about Harvey the minute that it happened,” Ashley said. “Literally, I exited that hotel room at the Peninsula Hotel in 1997 and came straight downstairs to the lobby, where my dad was waiting for me, because he happened to be in Los Angeles from Kentucky, visiting me on the set. And he could tell by my face—to use his words—that something devastating had happened to me. I told him. I told everyone.”

For more from these brave women, visit

See the shortlist of other candidates for Person of the Year.

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