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Watch the singer discuss her recovery from addiction
Singer, actress and The X Factor “mentor” Demi Lovato made her publishing debut last week with her memoir Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year. Published by Feiwel and Friends, the book is scrapbook of sorts, comprised of uplifting Tweets Lovato wrote over the past twelve months as she was recovering from addiction, depression and other issues. A combination of her words and others, Staying Stong ranges in content from Lovato’s emotional goals to quotes about perseverance.
In a new webisode, the singer opens up about her struggles. Sitting backstage, Lovato reads a Franklin D. Roosevelt quote to a roomful of friends, which also appears in Staying Strong. The quote – “When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on” – resonates with two of her guests, who are Maasai Warriors from Kenya and the first to go to school in their community. “It’s all about courageousness and believing in yourself. That’s how you can be strong,” Wilson says. Lovato met the pair on a recent trip to Kenya as part of her involvement with the charity Free the Children, which she cites as a major inspiration for the book.
Speaking on Staying Strong, Lovato tells Rolling Stone, “It can bring together people from all over the world – different cultures from different backgrounds. Everyone can relate in some shape or form because we’re all human beings with heart and soul.”
Demi Lovato has selected “Neon Lights” as the third single from her recent album Demi, and the video is coming as soon as Sunday night — as the songbird revealed with a little teaser video on her Facebook page. Showing neon letters (I see what you did there, Demetria) spelling out the name of the song.
It’s a simple visual, but promising — especially if we get some shots of Demi in club attire. Expect the video to premiere at 6pm ET on Sunday, September 29.
Given the song’s heavy EDM influence, it’s the most obviously radio-friendly out of the remaining tracks on Demi, but it was also one of the worst-received critically upon the album’s release, which makes it a curious single choice. Ah well. A new Demi video is better than no Demi video at all, right?
Demi Lovato kissed a girl, and she liked it — or at least her “Glee” character did.
Last month, Naya Rivera Rivera confirmed to MTV News that Lovato would be playing her Dani, one of Lea Michele’s pals in NYC who gets a crush on her character, Santana. And now the “X Factor” judge is opening up about what it’s like to play a gay character on the small screen.
“Well I took a meeting so before I even booked the role. I knew what the role was going to be, and [Naya Rivera and I] had an awesome time working together,” Lovato told MTV News. “She’s such a badass; I love her. And I’ve been friends with a lot of the people from the cast beforehand, so I feel right at home.”
While Lovato isn’t new to acting, playing a member of the LGBT community offered up a unique challenge for the former Disney star and multi-hyphenate performer. She added, “Figuring out how to represent that community… it’s been pretty awesome to represent that on primetime TV.”
Lovato will reportedly be on the show for a multi-episode arc, beginning in one of the first two episodes airing September 26. And when MTV News caught up with Rivera on the red carpet of the 2013 Video Music Awards, she seemed just as excited as Lovato.
“I mean, she’s playing my love interest, so I’m very, very excited about that,” Rivera said. “We get to sing a song together. It’s gonna be good. I’m excited to work with her. We’re bringing her to the dark side. Well, she comes in in a Beatles episode, so [we're singing] a Beatles song. I’m excited.”
In addition to her role on “Glee,” Lovato will also appear on Fox as one of the judges on the upcoming third season of “X Factor,” which kicks off on September 11.
Demi Lovato attended the 2013 Teen Choice Awards yesterday! Demi also won Choice Female Artist! Congrats to Demi! You can check out pictures from the arrivals, backstage & audience, and show in the gallery now! Also, below is a video of Demi performing her latest single, “Made In The USA.”
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ARTICLE: Demi Lovato To Get Patriotic At 2013 Teen Choice Awards
Lovato will perform ‘Made in the USA’ on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.
The 2013 Teen Choice Awards just got a little more patriotic.
Demi Lovato will be performing her second Demi single, “Made in the USA,” this Sunday (August 11).
“It’s truuue!! I’m performing #MadeInTheUSA on the Teen Choice Awards!!” Lovato tweeted. “Tune in to Fox on Sun. and get it on iTunes!!”
The live performance marks Lovato’s first since taking a brief hiatus to get her tonsils removed last month. However, now that the tonsils are out of the way, it seems Lovato could be suffering from another setback.
“That one time I sprained my foot because I was the idiot that rock-climbed without strapping into a harness first,” Lovato tweeted shortly after she was confirmed as a performer. “Not my brightest moment.”
Fingers crossed that the “X Factor” judge’s injury is minor because she may lifting several surfboards come night’s end since she is up for six Teen Choice awards (Lovato has previously won 11 awards), including Choice TV: Personality- Female and Choice Female Artist for “Heart Attack,” which puts her up against Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and “Pitch Perfect” star Anna Kendrick.
Lovato joins previously announced performers Paramore and One Direction who will open the show with their first-ever performance of their latest single, “Best Song Ever.”
The show will be hosted by “Glee’s” Darren Criss and “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale. Hollywood’s hottest young stars will be in attendance during Sunday’s show, including six-time nominee Selena Gomez, Nina Dobrev, The Wanted and Liam Hemsworth.
Demi Lovato is calling the shots in this new behind-the-scenes look at her new video for “Made in The USA.”
The 20-year-old musician co-directed the music video, which stars Star-Crossed‘s Aimee Teegarden and Dustin Milligan as a small town couple who go their separate ways once the military comes calling.
“I saw the shots that I wanted to do and everything, and I kind of told my manager, walked him through it step by step,” Demi dished about her own vision for the video on GMA. “And he said, ‘Why don’t you just direct it, since you know what you want?’”