Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez are both well-known stars whose careers have extended from television to music to film. Demi Lovato falls in under the same league but unlike Miley and Selena, Demi had far worse problems to deal with. Now, with a clean slate and a career on an all-time high, what is keeping the “X-Factor” judge busy?
Demi Lovato’s career skyrocketed with her debut release of “Unbroken”. The hit single “Skyscraper” gave both Demi’s fans and haters an idea of all the drama she had undergone through the past years. Thankfully, Demi has moved on from the drama and gone from dashing to diva in months.
If Selena Gomez has her movies, Demi Lovato on the other hand has “X-Factor” to keep her busy and an alleged British boyfriend from One Direction. Things are pretty much perfect for Demi as of now but the singer did admit she’s still undergoing treatment and everything is still far from perfect.
“It’s been an up-and-down roller coaster,” explained Demi, adding, “It hasn’t been totally perfect since I got out of treatment, and I’d be lying if I told you that it has. But at this moment right now, and for a while now, it’s been smooth sailing. I feel like I’m just cruising and having a really amazing time in life,” she gushed. “I wouldn’t have been able to make it through a summer tour while hosting the Teen Choice Awards and doing ‘X Factor’ at the same time if I wasn’t in a healthy state of mind. I don’t really necessarily have an update, but I think that kind of proves itself.”
“It used to feel like a lot of pressure because I wasn’t really honest with everyone. I feel like it’s not a lot of pressure when you’re just being yourself and you’re telling the truth about things,” added Demi.
“I had issues that I was dealing with in privacy, and I was doing things that normal teenagers go through. But I definitely didn’t feel like a role model at the time. Now that I’ve talked about the issues that I’ve dealt with, I feel that I’ve been very honest and open. When people still call me an inspiration after that, I don’t feel pressured at all,” she added.
“I really am just being myself with everyone, and when people accept me for who I am, it feels really, really great.”