Demi Lovato Globo interview via Google Translate. On today’s music: ‘Today we have a lot of music on a night out, drink and drugs. They all annoy me too. When I do mine, I try to be different and inspire people.’ On her early years: ‘Today I wonder if being on television so early has to do with the bullying I experienced at school. But with 12 years I was an innocent girl, I was a brat.
But as much as I zoavam school was unbelievable! Being kept buzzing to be put in my limit, and that situation has changed my life.’ She urged parents to leave school and had tutors to educate at home to complete high school: ‘Some times I think my life would be like if I had a little more privacy. But I’m proud of what I did. It’s a great opportunity could share my story with others. And maybe help them through the same issues I had. ‘
On rehab: ‘This is a responsibility that I take very seriously. I put a lot of pressure on myself for this. But at the same time makes me stronger. I know I make a difference in people’s lives. On my bad days I look at my arms and think, ‘It’s okay. I’ll keep working.’ The reporter asks her why she need to remember to stay strong: ‘I need to remind myself that I am human and that everyone can have a bad day. And now I have a responsibility to be a role model for young women and men.’
Fan: Are you and Selena still friends? ‘We grew up together and have known for a long time. Nowadays we’re both super busy, but I know she will always be there for me.’ Fan: Do you have any dreams that have not yet done? ‘I want to go to the ceremony for a Grammy award, is to sing, as a presenter or indicated. I want to be part of it.’ NOTE: Check out a ~Listening Party review of DEMI HERE!