Category: Demi Lovato
4 MORE DAYS! She also talks about flying with a pillow.
Demi will be on Jimmy Fallon for May 15.
Philly 4th of July Jam will bring fireworks Demi Lovato to Philadelphia along with John Mayer and Jill Scott. The Roots will serve as the house band for the hometown celebration, which will be simulcast this year on VH1 and Palladia from 8-11 PM ET.
The free concert takes place at Philadelphia Museum of Art: 'The City of Philadelphia is proud to join with VH1 and Palladia in welcoming an incredibly talented group of musicians to our city this Fourth of July.'
Cher Lloyd on recording duet with Demi Lovato 'First of all, I love the song. Like, I really love the song. And I was very excited to put my kind of twist on it. I mean, that girl can really sing, and it's so different.
That's the thing, nowadays it's so important to be able to be recognised and to be on the radio and for people to know automatically it's you. And Demi has that and that's something I really look up to.' I think me and Demi are in some ways kind of similar.
We have quite a young fanbase and this is very much a girl power song. You know, it has a great feel to it, and I'm so excited that people get to hear it now. We're just working towards getting a great summer vibe-y track going. Me and Ne-Yo are very much in charge of this whole process, you know, the musical side of it.'
Demi Lovato's speech at AMHSA's National Children's Mental Health Awards. Demi got a special recognition award! More details HERE! Demi: 'That pressure wears on kids, especially young women. But now I imagine those feelings while struggling with a mental-health issue or substance abuse. You’re constantly asking yourself, ‘What will happen if people know my diagnosis?’ ‘What if they don’t want to be my friend anymore?’
For me, it was more complicated. ‘Would I lose my career, doing what I love?’ ..I pretended for a long time to be OK so that I could continue to work. I didn’t want to lose that part of my life, because what I love most about touring and making music, it’s the connection that I make with my fans. It’s indescribable.
And that’s why I’m here today, to tell young people who are asking themselves those questions, uncertain of what lies ahead, that they are not alone. There are people that they can talk to, people that can help, but I’m also here to tell the adults in the crowd who think they’re already too overcommitted to take any time to get to know a young person, please think again.'
Demi's JACKIE O interview and Company Behind The Scenes under!
On Taylor: 'She's so great! She sent me a video and she's, like, dancing. She's like the cutest dancer, because she has this little ponytail and her little bangs, and she's like just the cutest thing in the world. She's the best. She's supported me from my first record to this one, and she's heard all of my stuff, so she's really sweet.'
On Demi's music: 'I love it. The one thing I appreciate about Demi is that she has her own individual style, and that's something she's wanted to remain no matter where she is, and I definitely love that and admire that about her.'
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!