Demi Lovato made her debut on Glee on Thursday evening, and not only does she sing "Here Comes The Sun" by the Beatles with Naya Rivera's character, but the ladies share a kiss afterwards! We already knew that Demi's character Dani was going to be Santana Lopez's love interest, but we were very curious to see where the show went with this. And to be honest, it was way tamer than we thought!
In other news, Demi debuted her new blue hair on Instagram yesterday:
It's better than the blonde, but it's going to fade in the next few days so we hope she has a plan!
Demi Lovato arrived at L.A.X. on Saturday ... fully clothed.
The songstress is the latest former Disney darling to be entrenched in a nude photo scandal.
Naked pictures of the star have allegedly leaked online. Celebslam has published a teaser for the supposed pictures of Demi as the site continues negotiating with a seller for the full 20-photo set. The pics allegedly show her engaged in sexual acts with a woman.
Coincidentally, Demi will be playing Naya Rivera's love interest on the upcoming season of Glee. Ummm, we wonder how her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama feels about all this!
We have to hand it to her for being so honest about her struggles!
Demi Lovato recently opened up to Cosmopolitan magazine about her childhood struggles growing up in the spotlight, and although she's been vocal about her bulimia and cutting issues, the X-Factor judge has never revealed she contemplated harming herself until now.
Landing her first gig singing the Barney & Friends theme song at age 7, the "Skyscraper" singer admitted she might not have been ready for fame at such a young age.
"At the time, I was just so grateful to be on TV, but I was also really struggling. Looking back, there was a connection, probably between any kid who's ever sang that song to Barney, a little place in a child's heart, a void, that could be filled. And maybe Barney fills it. Even before Barney, I was suicidal. I was 7," she told the mag.
"I've talked about being bullied and the years of being a teenager, but I went through things when I was younger that I've never talked about that probably caused me to turn out the way I ended up turning out," she added.
The former Disney star still has personal secrets she's not ready to share, though!
Speaking about her song "Warrior", which covers betrayal and lost innocence, the 20-year-old confessed that she lets her lyrics talk for her.
"My family knows what it's about. When I'm ready to open up that subject with the outside world, then I'll be free to talk about it. But right now, it's kind of one of those things where the lyrics speak for me. It's all in the song," she explained.
Demi Lovato appeared on Good Morning America in New York City on Thursday to promote her new single, "Made in the U.S.A.," and she also chatted about her father's passing and the launch of her new project, the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program.
“I’m handling it okay, my father and I didn’t have the most ideal relationship. But at the end of the day, he’s still my dad and I grew up with him and he’s a wonderful person. It’s difficult…I’m handling it okay,” Demi told Robin Roberts.
Demi added that her new charity will "help one person at a time," and she's working with CAST Recovery on the project. "My father dealt with mental illnesses and he wasn’t able to function in society and that happens to a lot of people," she added, also noting her own struggles.
Demi's new single hits the radio today, and she'll be performing as part of GMA's Summer Concert Series tomorrow!
Demi Lovato's rep has confirmed that the 20-year-old singer's biological father Patrick Lovato has died.
Demi has yet to release a statement on his passing, and it's no secret that the two had a rocky relationship. Patrick was the subject of her 2011 song, "For the Love of a Daughter," and when Demi went to rehab in 2010, her estranged father spoke to the media trying to get through to her.
In 2009 Demi told the New York Daily News, "The last time I talked to him was two years ago. You try to have faith in somebody, even when you're the last person that believes in him. But when somebody lets you down after you've been the only one there for them, and so many times, you don't know what else to do ... I had to cut off all connection. It was hurting me too much."
In October of 2011 Patrick spoke to Radar and revealed that he was ailing from cancer and still trying to reach his daughter. “It is not like I want anything from her, all I want is her love,” he told the site.
Demi's mom Dianna De La Garza tweeted, "Thank you for the outpouring of love and prayers. Y'all are amazing!" while Demi's older sister, Dallas, 25, wrote, "Rest in peace daddy I love you."
Demi Lovato gotten yet another tattoo, this one across her shoulder reading "now I'm a warrior."
The 20-year-old singer tweeted a pic of the new ink on Wednesday and wrote, "Thanks @BangBang! Album release day!!! #DEMI." The words are from her new tune "Warrior," where she sings about overcoming her struggles and having a thick skin. And of course Bang Bang has tattooed stars like Rihanna and Justin Bieber, and he recently inked a lion on Ri's pal Cara Delevingne.
During a recent appearance at Walmart Demi told reporters, "My favorite tattoo is my feet tattoos," which read "Let go" and "Let God." She added, "It’s kind of my favorite life mottos. Sometimes life can get so hard that you don’t really know what to do and you just gotta be like, 'Okay,' to the man upstairs, 'Take it from here cause I don’t know what I’m doing.'"
We've lost count, but Demi has somewhere around fifteen tattoos, including a massive collection of birds across her forearm and the word "faith," along with the words "stay" and "strong" on her wrists.
Demi Lovato will appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, and after getting a sneak peek at her interview, we have a feeling she might have offended a few folks with her response to why she recently went blonde.
When asked about her ever-changing hair color, Demi tells Ellen, "I do this often … as you’ve heard I’m Bi-polar. So I change my hair a lot." While we get that the singer/actress is trying to make a joke about the situation, no one in the audience laughed and Ellen looked a bit uncomfortable and quickly tried to tiptoe around the subject.
Demi opened up about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder in an interview with Cosmopolitan last July, and she was very candid about how she handled the news. "I felt relieved when I found out. Like I'm not completely crazy; there's a medical reason for all of it," she said. "It's a daily thing; you don't get time off from it. And if I feel myself slipping back into old patterns, I have to ask others for help, which is hard for me to learn, because I really like doing everything on my own."
We applaud Demi for being so honest, but remember when she attacked Disney for making a joke about eating disorders on their show Shake It Up? Back in 2011, Demi slammed her former employer and tweeted, "'I could just eat you up, well if I ate' - Disney Chanel's [sic] Shake It Up…. What are we promoting here? #notfunnyATALL ... I find it really funny how a company can lose one of their actress' from the pressures of an EATING DISORDER and yet still make [a] joke about that very disease."
Disney later apologized for the incident, but we have to ask: Is Demi's crack about bipolar disorder #notfunnyATALL or did you find it amusing?
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Nothing like some rest and relaxation in paradise!
Demi Lovato arrived back in Los Angeles last night after spending some time vacationing with her pals in Barbados, and the "Heart Attack" singer proved health and happiness are the best secrets to looking good, since she didn't have a stitch of makeup on and still looked stunning!
The former Disney star didn't take her getaway for granted, either!
"Life is too short to not be grateful for every moment we are alive. Today I have so much to be thankful for. #blessed," she tweeted from the Caribbean island.
The X-Factor judge has really turned her life around since entering rehab last year, and we couldn't be more proud of all the progress she's made!