Demi Lovato New Y100 Miami & The Bert Show Interview Clips

16 03 2013

Y100 Miami Interview:

The Bert Show Interview:

ALSO, Top 5 Reasons to love Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato was once a troubled teenager, but what many young troubled stars in Hollywood have failed to do, she has done. Lovato has risen from the ashes. She has overcome many obstacles in her life. She has vowed to stay strong not only for herself, but for her fans as well. With a brand new single, “Heart Attack,” which is quickly climbing the charts, and standing tall as a positive influence on teens, what’s not to love about her?

These are the top 5 reasons to love Demi Lovato:

5. Her “man ban”

Demi Lovato took a break from the dating game last year. She did it as a way to take care of herself, and focus on continuing her recovery. The 20-year-old also wanted to show girls her age that you don’t need a man to make you happy.

“Right now, there’s nobody more important to me than myself and my recovery,” she told iVillage in August 2012. “I think that’s a thing that a lot of young girls need to remember. There’s no one more important than themselves, especially when it comes to girls that are in their late teens or early teens and are trying to figure out who they are. It’s really easy to be influenced by a guy that you like, and this is a period of time when you need to figure out yourself. That’s what I’m doing right now.” This past February, Lovato said her “man ban” turned out to be positive not only for personal and professional reasons, but it also helped her learn about love. “It is very unhealthy when girls devote all of their time to a guy and forget their friends and family. I did that. I was always looking for distractions because I was so afraid of being alone,” She told Cosmo on Campus ( via Sugarscape.).She added, “Now I’m in a place where I can finally trust and love and be a better person for the man I am in a relationship with, instead of being a clingy girlfriend or getting jealous.”

4. The X Factor moment with Jillian Jensen

As an X Factor judge in 2012, Demi Lovato met many contestants who had hopes of making it big. During the Providence auditions, Demi met hopeful, Jillian Jensen, who had more in common with Demi then just being the same age. Jensen told the judges that she too had a “stay strong” tattoo like Demi displays on her wrists. She told the story of how she had been bullied throughout high school. Bullying is something Lovato can relate to. After Jensen sang a tearful, yet powerful version of Jessie J’s “Who You Are,” Demi, who was nearly brought to tears, made for a memorable moment when she walked to the stage to give Jensen a big compliment and hug.

3. A broken leg can’t slow her down

Demi Lovato doesn’t let her Lovatics down. She has performed through serious illnesses in the past, and when she broke her leg after slipping in her home, it was no different. She continued on with her work. Just hours after injuring her leg, she shot the cover art for her latest single, “Heart Attack.” She also continued work in the studio. The broken leg couldn’t even stop her from performing live mini concerts.

2. “Skyscraper”

“Skyscraper” may be Demi Lovato’s most honest song yet. The song, which was the lead single off her 2011 album, Unbroken, told a complicated personal story in the most subtle way. Not only is “Skyscraper” an emotional, honest anthem for staying strong, but Lovato was unintentionally revealing all her pain when she first recorded it. Lovato recorded the song before entering treatment in 2010.

“I was just pouring tears,” she told Ryan Seacrest in a 2011 interview with E! News. “I was almost doubled over at some points, and just in pain. I was thinking, ‘this was my cry for help back then.’”

She had recorded the song a second time. She recorded it when she got the help she needed, but “It just didn’t feel the same.”

She said of the original recording, “For me it was…so symbolic, it being the song I recorded before treatment and yet it was providing a message. It’s so crazy the way things played out, that it ended up being my symbol and it represented what I’m trying to spread the word about—getting help and rising above any issues that my fans are dealing with.”

1. She’s not afraid to talk about her personal struggles

Demi Lovato, though she once resisted being considered a role model, has embraced being a positive voice for teens. She has opened up about her Bipolar disorder, as well as her struggles with an eating disorder, self-mutilation, drug use, and other personal struggles that she faced in her teens. She did it as a way of helping others who may be going through the same thing. Her strength and courage ranks her among the best of young Hollywood.





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