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Demi Lovato

Twenty-thirteen proved to be a career defining year for Demi Lovato, Demi (2013) became her most ground breaking international album to date, her book, STAYING STRONG: 365 DAYS A YEAR became a New York Times best-seller, she returned to television as a judge and mentor on “The X-Factor” and starred in Fox’s hit series “Glee,” she collaborated on an innovative nail line, and continued to support charities close to her heart.

 

In the midst of her professional milestones, Lovato remains devoted to giving back. In June, she partnered with CAST Recovery to create of The Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program in honor of her late father. The scholarship aims to sponsor someone who is struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues in order to help them seek the right treatment. She also serves as an official Ambassador for the youth empowerment event We Day and the organization Free the Children, which works domestically and internationally to empower young people to remove barriers that prevent them from being active local and global citizens. This past summer, Lovato celebrated her 21st birthday traveling to Kenya to participate in a Me to We Trip, sponsored by Free the Children. During her stay there, she spent time getting to know the local students and working alongside local community members to help build a new Free The Children school.

Over the past few years, Lovato’s fans have only become more supportive. Lovatics, as they call themselves, have proved to be dedicated followers on all social media platforms. Lovato has developed incredible support across her various networks, allowing her to engage and communicate directly with her fans across the globe. Lovato’s Facebook page has over 31 million likes, and her Twitter handle has over 21.3 million followers.

In order to raise awareness about personal issues similar to her own, Lovato became a Contributing Editor to Seventeen magazine in 2011. She used Seventeen as a platform to discuss her personal issues as a part of a larger campaign called “Love is Louder” directed towards teen girls. After revealing that she had been bullied at the age of 12, Lovato has also supported numerous anti-bullying organizations. In 2012, she was named the ambassador for Secret’s “Mean Stinks,” an anti-bullying campaign to inspire students to “gang up for good” against girl-to-girl bullying.

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