Demetria Devonne Lovato is an American singer and actor. She rose to fame after starring on the children’s television series Barney & Friends. She rose to even greater fame after portraying Mitchie Torres in the movie Mitchie Torres. This role is the basis of her newest single, “Tornado.”
Growing up, Demi Lovato competed in talent shows. She performed at prestigious venues like the Eismann Center, and in the Dallas Cowboys’ Thanksgiving Day halftime show, alongside LeAnn Rimes. Lovato also appeared in several films, including the TV drama Princess Protection Program and the animated film Smurfs: The Lost Village. The singer also has her own TV show on the Disney Channel, Sonny with a Chance.
The singer explains her struggle with addiction in the new documentary “Dancing With the Devil,” which premiered at the South by Southwest film festival this week. The documentary will be released on YouTube in four episodes beginning March 23. The title track, “Substance,” showcases the power of Lovato’s voice. The track anchors her upcoming album, “Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over.”
A new single from Demi Lovato has been leaked online. Fans have accused her of copying Jessie J and Katy Perry, who have both released hit singles in recent years. The songs range in age from Valentine’s Day in 2008 to the last few weeks. While some fans feel that the new single is a rip-off of Jessie J’s “Domino”, many others are lauding the new album.
The pop star has also been open about her sexuality, which has been revealed in a documentary that was released this year. In a 2017 interview, Demi Lovato revealed that she uses pronouns for both men and women. She began dating a male actor in March, was engaged in July and then called off the engagement in September. Then in January, she dated a male actor named Alok Vaid-Menon.
In the meantime, Demi Lovato’s career is booming. She’s released a number of albums, including her debut album Don’t Forget in 2008, which peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200. Her second album, Here We Go Again, is a follow-up to her breakout hit “One and the Same” and became Lovato’s second top ten single.