Her social media accounts are sprinkled with photos of her hourglass figure.
This weekend, Demi Rose also made headlines when she strutted down Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in a revealing ensemble on her way to a photoshoot for online fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing.
In a blue denim halterneck top with a significant cut-out at the bust, paired with matching jeans, the 26-year-old drew attention to her eye-popping cleavage.
Demi wore a brown puffer jacket over her toned shoulders and wore open-toe heels to add height.
She strolled down the trendy avenue while listening to music on her AirPods, and she appeared ultimately at ease.
The brunette beauty wore her long locks in a high ponytail with waves and a few tendrils left out to frame her face.
A bronzed complexion, defined brows, a subtle smoky eye, and a slick of matte nude lipstick on her plump pout completed her ultra-glam look.
Demi Lovato, a social media sensation with over 18 million Instagram followers, teases her OnlyFans page, where she has waived her subscription fee for a limited time.
OnlyFans is an online platform known for its X-rated content that allows a public figure to charge fans a fee to access their profile. They frequently share pictures and videos that would be considered too provocative for other social media sites.
Demi previously charged fans for access to her content, with monthly fees ranging from $22.22 (£16) to $119.99 (roughly £86) for a six-month subscription.
Bella Thorne, Cardi B, and Danniella Westbrook are among the celebrities who have signed up for the service.
The Birmingham-born model has been modelling for eight years and considers her career a ‘blessing’ after being bullied as a child.
Demi previously told Radio 1 Newsbeat: ‘I always wanted to get into modeling, and when I finally did, I counted it as a blessing because I grew up being bullied and didn’t have many friends at all.’
Demi’s parents died seven months apart in 2019, and the star said that going into lockdown immediately after their deaths was a “time of reflection.”
‘Handling my parents’ house and selling their belongings was an unfortunate place for me,’ she said.
‘I wanted to travel, but I had three months in London to deal with what I had been through and reflect.’