Biography of Demi LovatoDemi Lovato is a young woman with a multifaceted talent. She courageously withstood the difficult period of youth and overcame a severe psychological illness; starred in popular TV series ("Glee," "From Dusk Till Dawn," "Sonny with a Chance") and youth films ("Camp Rock," "Princess Protection Program"), she also made a musical career. She herself writes lyrics and music, skillfully plays piano and guitar, dances nicely. Overall, she is incredibly charming.
ChildhoodEducation and early development of the star-to-be was almost completely an achievement of her mother. The girl does not really remember her father because he left the family when she was two years old – he divorced the mother, Diana Hart. Perhaps this was the reason why Demi was very vulnerable and could not stand up for herself in the face of her classmates, could not respond confidently to constant bullying and gossips.
Demi had a good relationship with her sisters though – the elder, Dallas, and the younger (step-sister) Maddison. However, even they could not help the girl learn how to deal with the attacks of peers and to get along with others in general. At some points, her psychological state was very difficult. As the singer herself admitted, the idea of suicide has been haunting her since she was seven. Therefore, Demi's mother decided to transfer her daughter to homeschooling.
The early careerAlthough many fell in love with Demi Lovato as a singer, and she herself has repeatedly stated that music is on the first place for her, - her first success was associated with cinema. Being still very young, she managed to star in the children's television project "Barney and Friends." In the same film, by the way, you can see and another young star, Selena Gomez, who was a best friend of Demi till 2019.
Important career stagesIt was "Camp Rock" that became the first break for the girl. There, the song "This Is Me" was played, which Demi Lovato performed in a duet with Joe Jonas. Immediately after the premiere, this composition hit the charts and soon topped them.
Active life on the Internet does not prevent Demi from professional development. She continues to work on new songs – she always writes the lyrics herself. Filmmakers keep an eye on her as well – they invite her to film in their projects and to give her voice to cartoon characters. For instance, Smurfette from the third part of "Smurfs" speaks in Demi's voice as well as Lenore from «Charming».
In September 2017, the singer's 6th album "Tell Me You Love Me" was released. The tracklist includes 12 lines including the lead single "Sorry Not Sorry" (the one that has a bright video clip on it). In an interview, Demi said that this song is dedicated to her haters.