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Welcome to DemiOnline.com, your best source about talented singer and actress Demi Lovato. Demi became famous as the star of the Disney Channel hit movie 'Camp Rock', which had a second part due to its success, along with the Jonas Brothers. After this, she got her own TV Show on Disney Channel as well, 'Sonny with a Chance'. In between she released her debut album 'Don't Forget', which became number 1 on all the lists, after that only success came with the other albums 'Here We Go Again', and her most personal ones 'Unbroken' and 'Demi', that has served as inspiration to many young girls and boys who went throught what Demi has been throught, as she has openly explained. She has also written her own book 'Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year', and has portrayed Dani in the hit FOX show 'Glee'. Here you will find all you need to know about Demi, her latest news, pictures, videos and much more. If you have any doubts or would like to donate anything to the site, please don't hesitate and e-mail us. Hope you enjoy your stay in the site and will be back soon!
Posted On November 22, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new High Quality candids of Demi shopping at Chanel in Paris, France on November 22, 2014. Check them out! [HQ]



Posted On November 22, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Concerts

Added new pictures of Demi performing in Paris, France on November 21, 2014. Check them out!



Posted On November 21, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new candids of Demi leaving NRJ Studios in Paris, France on November 21, 2014. Check them out!



Posted On November 20, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new High Quality candids of Demi out and about in Belgium on November 20, 2014. Check them out! [HQ]



Posted On November 14, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new candids of Demi leaving the Palladium Theatre in London on November 13, 2014. Check them out!



Posted On November 14, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: News

Meghan Trainor, whose empowering “All About That Bass” is still holding steady at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight about, among other things, her lifelong struggle with weight.
Cue Demi Lovato — unofficial eating disorder spokeswoman — who was not happy with Trainor’s remarks.

“I grew up a chubby girl,” Trainor said to ET. “My parents loved us, they fed us whatever we wanted.” She shared an anecdote about her crush telling her, “You’d be like real hot if you were 10 pounds lighter.” Trainor says her reaction was to cry and “not eat for the rest of the day.”

Then, Trainor said the following:

“I wasn’t strong enough to have an eating disorder. I tried to go anorexic for a good three hours. I ate ice and celery, but that’s not even anorexic. And I quit. I was like, ‘Ma, can you make me a sandwich? Like, immediately.’”

Lovato, who has been very vocal about her struggles with eating disorders, was not happy with the implication that it takes “strength” to have an one. She responded in a series of tweets:

“Having an eating disorder doesn’t show “strength.” Strength is when are able to overcome your demons after being sick and tired for so long. There’s a wide misconception that anorexia and/or bulimia is a choice and you often hear people say things like “why doesn’t she just start eating?” Or even “just stop throwing up.” It’s the ignorance and lack of education on mental illnesses that continues to but mental health care on the back burner to congress even though this is an epidemic that is sweeping our nation, and causing more and more tragedy every day. Starving is not a “diet” and throwing up isn’t something that only extremely thin men or women do. Eating disorders do not discriminate.. Neither does any other mental illness. These are deadly diseases that are taking lives daily. So please, let’s be cautious of the words we use when discussing ED’s and other mental illnesses.. It’s time we start taking mental illness as serious as physical illnesses. “The brain is an important organ too….” – Patrick Kennedy”



Posted On November 13, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new candids of Demi leaving the Royal Variety Rehearsals in London, UK on November 13, 2014. Check them out!



Posted On November 13, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Candids

Added new candids of Demi arriving at her Hotel in London on November 12, 2014. Check them out!



Posted On November 13, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: News

Demi Lovato’s a warrior! The former Disney star and self-proclaimed positive role model, 22, spoke out on Twitter against the common misconceptions facing those dealing with eating disorders on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

“Having an eating disorder doesn’t show ‘strength.’ Strength is when are able to overcome your demons after being sick and tired for so long,” she began. “Starving is not a ‘diet’ and throwing up isn’t something that only extremely thin men or women do. Eating disorders do not discriminate..Neither does any other mental illness. These are deadly diseases that are taking lives daily. So please, let’s be cautious of the words we use when discussing ED’s and other mental illnesses.”

The “Heart Attack” singer also talked about how the public perceives those who have eating disorders.

“There’s a wide misconception that anorexia and/or bulimia is a choice and you often hear people say things like ‘why doesn’t she just start eating?’ Or even ‘just stop throwing up,’” she continued. “It’s the ignorance and lack of education on mental illnesses that continues to [p]ut mental health care on the back burner to congress even though this is an epidemic that is sweeping our nation, and causing more and more tragedy every day.”

This isn’t the first time Lovato has spoken out in support of those suffering from an eating disorder. Back in March, Wilmer Valderrama’s love bashed Lady Gaga for “glamorizing eating disorders” when the “Applause” singer had “vomit painter” Millie Brown force herself to throw up on her on stage at the SXSW music festival. And in December 2011, Lovato caused The Disney Channel to issue a formal apology after its show Shake It Up made a joke about anorexia. The on-air quip came shortly after Lovato left the channel to go to rehab, prompting her to tweet, “I find it really funny how a company can lose one of their actresses from the pressures of an EATING DISORDER and yet still make joke about that very disease….. #nice.”

Lovato, who has openly admitted to struggling with bipolar disorder and substance abuse problems in addition to her eating disorder, proudly posted a comparison split after this year’s MTV VMAs in August.

“I remember the day I wore the dress in the very first picture,” Lovato wrote on Facebook, referencing her 2008 VMA look. “I remember asking for spanx to flatten my stomach because I use to feel so heavy and ‘fat’. Now looking at this picture, you can clearly see my hip bones. It makes me sad because I wasted so many years ashamed of my body when I could’ve been living the happy and healthy life I live today.”



Posted On November 10, 2014No CommentsFiled Under: Events

Added new High Quality pictures of Demi at The Ellen Degeneres Show today November 10, 2014. Check them out! [HQ]