Back in April the media leaked the news related to the collaboration of Demi Lovato with Seventeen magazine. Their common objective was to promote the Love is Louder Than The Pressure to Be Perfect campaign. During this project the Disney star decided to share her deepest emotions and greatest fears with the world.
Fans from all over the world had the privilege to sneak peek into the private life of this rising diva who struggled with eating disorders and an emotional breakdown back in 2010. She claimed in her latest interview to Seventeen Magazine that, “I wanted freedom from the inner demons. I wanted to start my life over.”
Now we have the opportunity to learn more about the news revealing that Demi Lovato starts her own blog for Seventeen magazine. Being a contributing editor to this media source is an important role for the Disney star. Demi now has the chance to transmit some precious messages to the fans through her posts.
The young actress promises a series of interesting stories and confessions for the ones who decide to stay tuned on seventeen.com. In her very first post she states that,
“Music has always been a huge part of my life and has helped me some tough times. Certain songs always give me confidence, put me in a good mood, and inspire me. Here’s a list of some of my favorites—the music that helps keep me feeling positive and reminds me to stay strong.”
The songs included in the list are “We All Need Saving” by Jon McLaughlin , “Not Afraid” by Eminem along with “Strong Enough” by Stacie Orrico and other popular tracks that carry an encouraging message.
Those who would like to listen to Demi’s favorite songs can use the audio player at the bottom of her blog. Although her songs are not included in this list, you’ll have the chance to listen to other popular lyrics that played an important role in her recovery from the difficult period after leaving the treatment center. Stay up-to-the-minute with Demi’s upcoming blog posts to make sure you create a special bond with your celebrity teen idol.
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