Demi Lovato Addresses Rehab Stint At Chicago Concert: ‘I’ve Gotten Through It And You Can Do It Too’
At B96’s SummerBash in Chicago over the weekend, Lovato spoke out about her rehab stay and encouraged those who feel they need help to seek it out.
Since the departure of high profile X Factor judge Britney Spears and record exec L.A. Reid, speculation has run rampant as to who will join Simon Cowell’s U.S. judging panel. The question was answered today when the show announced its new judges will be Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio.
Demi Lovato’s forthcoming album Demi is due out next week (May 14), but she just couldn’t wait to debut her new track, “Really Don’t Care,” and join the race for summer jam of 2013.
Demi Lovato recently visited New York radio station 92.3 NOW and opened up about her daily makeup routine and the inspiration behind her new music video “Heart Attack,” off her self-titled album that drops May 14.
“Putting my defenses up ’cause I don’t wanna fall in love/If I ever did that I think I’d have a heart attack,” Demi Lovato sings at the start of her new music video “Heart Attack.”
It’s a tradition as old as the Johnny Carson show: Most nights, since 1966, bands big and small play on the national stage of late night television. This week, April 1-5, that tradition continues with a couple of indie heavyweights returning after a few years off, as well as a few tried-and-true standbys. We’ve even included a few clips of last week’s standouts, just in case you missed ’em.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner.
Instead of playing “Auld Lang Syne” until the old ball drops, we have a few party anthems that will help ring in 2013 with a bang. Our list mixes the hits from yesteryear with club bangers from the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna and Taylor Swift (yeah, Taylor Swift).
Adam proves men can be divas, Kelly flashes her new ring and Miley shows she can’t be tamed.
Miss Independent teams up with Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Jordin Sparks for this year’s tribute to the music of Whitney Houston and Donna Summer.