Demi Lovato
"Cool for the Summer" singer Demi Lovato, pictured Sept. 19, 2015, slammed her interview with Complex magazine on Twitter Wednesday. Getty Images

“Cool for the Summer” singer Demi Lovato loves the photos from her Complex magazine pictorial, but she is not happy with how the interview came out. The former Disney star took to Twitter Wednesday to slam it.

“Interviews are done months and months before the issue is published,” she tweeted to her 30.9 million followers Wednesday. “A lot can change between then and now. Don't read into the bull----.” The post was shared more than 7,000 times and received more than 11,000 favorites.

It’s not clear what part of the lengthy interview Lovato, 23, was referring to. She might have been upset with the whole thing, but the Complex interview could not have taken place "months and months ago."

In a July 15 interview with a New Zealand radio station, Lovato said she would wait to get married, but "would say yes" if her boyfriend, “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” actor Wilmer Valderrama, asked tomorrow. Since this statement was addressed in her Complex magazine story, the new interview took place after mid-July.

In the Complex interview, she discussed her potential marriage to Valderrama, who is 12 years her senior. Lovato gushed she would want an outdoor shabby chic wedding with “lights hanging from the trees.” But she wouldn’t want it to take place in a barn, like many weddings with that theme do.

Valderrama hasn’t commented on Lovato's statements to Complex, but he might not be happy with them. He had asked her to warn him when she makes statements about their relationship to the media after the New Zealand radio interview, she told Complex.

“He was like, ‘Umm, babe?’ And I was like, ‘What?’ And he showed me an Instagram where people had screenshotted stuff and they tagged him in it,” Lovato said about their interaction. “I was like, ‘Uh ...’ He was like, ‘Do you want to warn me with this stuff?’ I was like, ‘It just came out! I’m really sorry.’ He was like, ‘Don’t apologize.’ ”

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