Demi Lovato came out on Wednesday in their new podcast "4D with Demi Lovato" as non-binary and said they will be using they/them pronouns from now on, but many have questions as to what this means.

Lovato has been busy making music and recently released their YouTube docu-series, "Dancing with the Devil," which outlines their 2018 overdose and what lead up to it. They told their fans that this decision has come after “a lot of self-reflective work” and they are “proud” of coming out.

"I'm doing this for those out there that haven't been able to share who they truly are with their loved ones. Please keep living in your truths & know I am sending so much love your way,” they said.

Many have been congratulating them and couldn’t be more proud.

Others, have been asking questions and are confused as to where this decision came from.

The 28-year-old came out as pansexual in March, meaning that they’re attracted to all genders. They also ended their engagement with Max Ehrich due to being “just too queer” and “too gay to marry a man,” the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer told Entertainment Weekly.

Non-binary or genderqueer is defined as “terms used by some people who experience their gender identity and/or gender expression as falling outside the categories of man and woman,” according to GLAAD.

Demi Lovato Dancing With The Devil
Demi Lovato is pictured in a still from her four-part documentary, "Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil," available exclusively on YouTube. OBB Media