Category: Awards

PHOTOS: Teen Choice Awards 2012 – 7/22

Demi Lovato hosted the Teen Choice Awards 2012 yesterday, July 22, 2012 with Kevin McHale. I have added pictures from the arrivals and show. Check them out!

2012 – Teen Choice Awards 2012 – Arrivals – 7/22

2012 – Teen Choice Awards 2012 – Show – 7/22

Teen Choice Awards 2012 – VOTE FOR DEMI LOVATO

Demi Lovato
Jimmy Fallon
Justin Bieber
Miley Cyrus
Ryan Seacrest


PHOTOS: 2012 People’s Choice Awards!

I have added a bunch of pictures from the 2012 People’s Choice Awards that took place on January 11. Check them out in the gallery!


Backstage & Audience

Press Room


ARTICLE/VIDEO: Favorite Pop Artist Demi Lovato Performs At People’s Choice Awards

Jan 11 2012 10:42 PM EST 3,103
Favorite Pop Artist Demi Lovato Performs At People’s Choice Awards
Singer gave a spirited performance of “Give Your Heart a Break” before accepting her award.
By Jocelyn Vena (@jocelyn1212)

Demi Lovato certainly proved she was Unbroken when she took the stage at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday night (January 11). The former Disney princess dazzled the room with a spirited rendition of her song “Give Your Heart a Break.”

In a bright red dress (with matching red hair), she took the stage and belted out her Unbroken track. Instead of going flashy and over the top, the singer let the song rule the performance and kept it simple, taking the stage with just her band.

After her performance, she accepted the award for Favorite Pop Artist and had many kind words for the fans who helped her beat out the likes of Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Beyoncé.

“Thank you guys so much” she said. “This award is amazing. The nominees that I was up against are people that I look up to and aspire to be one day, and I won this award because of my fans. So I dedicate this to you guys. I love you guys so much. Without you guys tweeting so many times, I wouldn’t be up here tonight. So thank you guys so much. You guys are so amazing.”

“Give Your Heart A Break” is the singer’s second single off her album, which dropped last fall. “I think it’s grown-up, but it’s not too grown-up,” Lovato told MTV News in September. “It’s not tasteless. It’s growing up with my fans. It’s [like] I’m not a kid anymore, but I’m also not a full-grown woman either. So I’m in that in-between stage, trying to figure out where that is. So I’m figuring it out, just like my fans are.”

What did you think of Demi Lovato’s performance? Let us know in the comments below!


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Demi Lovato & Madison De La Garza win an Youth Rock Award!!! Congrats girls!

Dianna De La Garza, Madison De La Garza, and Dallas Lovato attended the Youth Rock Awards while Eddie De La Garza and Demi Lovato were at the Q102’s Jingle Jam.

DiannaDeLaGarza – Congrats @ddlovato for winning Rockin Music Video at tonights Youth Rock Awards!! So proud of you and all Lovatics who voted!!!

DiannaDeLaGarza – @Maddielovesyou1 Congrats, Baby, for winning Rockin’ Child Performer at the Youth Rock Awards!!!! Thank you everyone for voting!! #Lovatics!

redraider30 – Congrats to @Maddielovesyou1 and @ddlovato for winning tonight!! So proud!!

dallaslovato – Congratulations @Maddielovesyou1 and @ddlovato for winning rockin video and rockin child performer!!!!! So proud I love you both!

Maddielovesyou1 – I cannot thank you enough for this. I love you all sooooo much!!! THANK YOU!!

PHOTOS: Events Update!

I’m very sorry for the lack of updates. I’ve been extremely busy with school. Here are photos from The 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards.

2011 – The 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards – Gift Lounge – Day 3 – 11/10

2011 – The 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards – Arrivals – 11/10

2011 – The 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards – Backstage/Audience – 11/10

2011 – The 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards – Show – 11/10

ARTICLE/VIDEO: Katy Perry, Odd Future, Demi Lovato will also face off on October 31 in categories like Oops! I Did It Online and Fan Army FTW.

Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Nirvana Among O Music Award Nominees
Katy Perry, Odd Future, Demi Lovato will also face off on October 31 in categories like Oops! I Did It Online and Fan Army FTW.
Sep 27 2011 9:07 AM EDT
By Gil Kaufman

The list of nominees runs from Justin Bieber to Courtney Love, Britney Spears, Scissor Sisters, Katy Perry, Bjork, Nirvana, Dolly Parton and Snoop Dogg, and that can only mean one thing: It must be time for the O Music Awards again.

When MTV launched its first-annual digital music celebration earlier this year, we promised that it would be like no other awards show, with trophies handed out before, after and during the show, as well as throughout the year.

Sticking to that plan, the O Awards will return for a second round on October 31, with some of the new categories coming courtesy of user suggestions.

Among the five new user-generated categories are “Oops! I Did It Online,” in which over-sharing celebs such as Sinead O’Connor and T-Pain will face off against the Game and Courtney Love; and Best Artist with a Cameraphone, which pits Demi Lovato against Bieber, Young the Giant, Katy Perry, the Deftones and Shiny Toy Guns. The other new categories include Best Web Born Artist (MNDR, Odd Future, the Weeknd), Best Vintage Viral Video (Metallica, Nirvana, Notorious B.I.G., O’Connor) and Best Lyrics Video (Perry, Joe Jonas, Lenny Kravitz, Christina Perri).

Among Gaga’s two nominations are Fan Army FTW — in which she’ll square off with the followers of Bieber, Taylor Swift, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Lovato, ICP, Adam Lambert and Tokio Hotel — and Must Follow Artist on Twitter, in which she faces Cher, Snoop Dogg, Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and Blake Shelton.

The O Music Awards will also honor a number of artists who are really good at this whole online thing, with Bjork, Chris Milk, Girl Talk and the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne vying for the Digital Genius Award.

The other categories include: Best Fan Cover, Hottest Music NILF (think about it), WTF I Love This Award (online craziness), the self-explanatory Too Much Ass for TV award, Most Outrageous Tweet and Best Music Forum. There are also awards coming for Most Innovative Festival, Best Music App, Best Music Hack, Beyond the Blog and Most Addictive Social Music Service, which includes such faves as Spotify, and Rdio.

The first edition of the awards featured performances by Mumford & Sons, Foster the People, Lupe Fiasco, Matt & Kim and a world record freestyle by Chiddy Bang’s Chidera “Chiddy” Anamege

The O Music Award’s first-time winners included Gaga (Most Innovative Artist and Must Follow Artist on Twitter), Kanye West (Best Tweet), Tokio Hotel’s Aliens (Fan Army FTW), Thirty Seconds to Mars (NSFW Music Video), Aquarium Drunkard (Best Independent Music Blog) and MJJ Fan Community (Best Fan Forum).

The O Music Awards 2 will unfold on Halloween on, as well as,,, and Fans can vote for their favorites at


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