We’re pretty sure Demi Lovato doesn’t need to do much promoting for her latest album (it’s at #2 on iTunes!), but it was still hilarious to see her recent idea for an advertising campaign.
Demi cruised down the streets of NYC, blasting “Made in the USA” and yelling out the windows for strangers to “go get DEMI on iTunes!” LOL! And it looks like it worked, because Demi’s mom later tweeted, “Self-promotion is the BEST promotion.”
Wow, can you imagine if Demi herself drove by and asked you to buy her album? Too cool!
What would YOUR reaction be if you were one of the random people she passed by? Are you planning on picking up a copy of DEMI? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter!
Your ultimate summer 2013 anthem: Ariana‘s “The Way” or Demi‘s “Heart Attack”? We know… it’s impossible for us to choose too!
Luckily, Ari’s big bro Frankie (seriously, does creative talent run in the family?) makes the choice easy with his new mash-up of both songs. Two of the biggest breakout hits of the year — together? Frankie Grande wins the Internet!
One fan of Frankie’s work was none other than Demi herself. The singer even tweeted in excitement:
As part of her recent interview with MTV, Demi Lovato answered some serious questions (like about succeeding in the music industry and rekindling old friendships), but she also played some pretty fun (and funny) games. One of the games MTV asked Demi to play was “Kittyoke.” Confused? So was Demi at first. At last weekend’s Wango Tango event, MTV asked celebs to meow versions of popular songs and then asked Demi to guess which song they were singing. She did a pretty good job!
Could you do as well as Demi? Watch the video above to test your kittyoke skills. Tell us how you did in the comments!
Demi Lovato has plenty of experience giving mentoring advice to up and coming singers thanks to her gig on X Factor. In her recent sit-down with MTV, Demi gave her best advice for up-and-coming talent like Ariana Grande, Fifth Harmony and Zendaya.
“For [Ariana] and a lot of other girls – I’ve become close to Fifth Harmony and I think Zendaya Coleman is so talented and beautiful and they have these long careers ahead of them and my advice would be to just not let anything get you jaded and just really appreciate and be thankful for everything,” Demi said. “With Ariana and Fifth Harmony, they have this energy about them that’s so refreshing that it’s like never let that go, because I let it go and now fortunately I got it back, which some people don’t get. But it’s when you let go of that that you start not enjoying this madness and you start spiraling.”
We love how willing Demi is to help other people learn from her own bad experiences. What do you think of her advice? Sound off in the comments!
While some celebs (you know who you are) get some pretty…questionable tattoos, one star whose ink always has meaning is Demi Lovato. Each of Demi’s tattoos has a special meaning and represents a big thing she went through in her life and we have a feeling her newest ink is no different. She just got “now I’m a warrior” tattooed on her left shoulder blade.
“Thanks @BangBang! Album release day!!! #DEMI,” Demi tweeted with the pic. Sounds like this newest tattoo is a celebration of what her fourth album, DEMI, means to her.
What do you think of Demi’s latest tat? Sound off in the comments and on Twitter!
Demi Lovato‘s first season as a judge on X Factor was awesome; viewers loved how feisty and competitive she was! But there was a time when the singer wondered if she should return for a second round.
“There was some hesitation only because I got so stressed out last year for the live shows because I am such a perfectionist and a control freak. I didn’t want to lose,” Demi told MTV.
But no worries — the singer says she’s back and as ready as ever: “I want to see new talent and I want to be a part of that journey again.” Yay!
Demi also opened up about how much doing X Factor strengthened her. “I went back to TV, and it was so much fun,” she said. “But I also did it because not only was it going to help me get through some mental things and some fears, but it also held me accountable to be… an inspiration to people.”
How did you like Demi as an X Factor judge last season? Are you excited that she’s doing a second season? Let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter!