Demi Lovato Talks About Her Upcoming Autobiographical Album
Opening up about her big return, Demi Lovato has revealed that she's back in the studio and ready to continue onward on her much more happy and healthy journey.
While talking with "Seventeen" magazine, the 18-year-old dished about her record-in-progress, telling, "With my new album, I'm hoping to provide inspiration for girls everywhere who are going through the same issues I've faced. I think this will come through in a lot of the material."
Demi noted that one track in particular stands out to her, revealing, "My first single is really special to me -- to me it symbolizes my journey from the person I was to the happy healthy person I am today, and the fact that people are able to rise above anything, despite the odds."
She added, "There are definitely a lot of emotions that go into making an album. I feel blessed, inspired, and nervous with anticipation, but mostly, I feel excited about the future, and about sharing this new record with my fans!"
Yesterday the "Camp Rock" star tweeted in reference to her new project, writing, "Listening to some of my new music.... can't wait for you to hear it."
And on Wednesday she posted a message about wanting to get back on the road, reading, "Wake me up when I can tour."
Demi Lovato first won over fans with her debut album titled "Don't Forget" in 2008. She released her sophomore project in 2009.
In November of 2010 she checked into a rehab facility seek treatment for what her rep described as "personal issues". These were later revealed as being related to an eating disorder and self-mutilation.
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