Demi is on the cover of the April issue of the American digital magazine “360 Magazine”. Check out the scans of the magazine below:

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Again, in the same year, the Nylon Magazine chose Demi Lovato as its cover. This time, the singer is with her blue hair and the theme of the photo shoot – which has not been disclosed – seems to be different from the previous one, which launched earlier this year. Check out the magazine cover below:
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Fresh off her multiplatinum single “Heart Attack,” Demi Lovato tells Latina what she’s learned about fame, family and the future in the December 2013/January 2014 issue of Latina, which hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on November 12, 2013.

At the tender age of 21, Lovato is in her second season as a judge on Fox’s hit reality competition show The X Factor. After the death of her father earlier this year, she partnered with treatment center CAST Recovery to help others overcome mental illness and addiction issues, as Demi herself has. “I noticed that there’s this perception, on turning 21, that you have to go out and get drunk,” she says about her recent birthday. “It’s different for me because I’m in recovery. I also want to set an example for others. You don’t have to booze it up—you can do something else.”

On a recent trip to Kenya with the charity Free the Children: “At one point this little boy named Ian came over. I picked him up and we just connected. He was just so sweet, and he kept saying my name over and over again. It was really hard to say good-bye to him. They also held a birthday celebration for me. They gave me a goat, which was pretty cool!”

On guest starring on Glee as a love interest for Naya Rivera’s character: “Yes, we kissed in the first episode, but I want people to pay less attention to the fact that I’m kissing a girl. Focus on the fact that having a young, multicultural lesbian couple on prime time is a huge step in our generation. It’s showing people that it’s okay to be who you are. Don’t be ashamed of it.”

On helping others get treatment for mental illness and addiction with the Lovato Treatment Scholarship: “The process is getting them through treatment, giving them the support that they need. Just making sure they get their two feet on the ground.”

On whether marriage and babies are coming soon: “I’m a Texas girl, so my instinct is to have babies early. In my heart I’m like, ‘Okay, it’s time to have babies!’ But it’s not. I have so much life ahead of me that I actually have to slow my roll. We’ll see where my life is in 5 years, but I definitely see myself as a mom in 10.”

On what she’s looking for in a relationship: “I look for someone who makes me laugh. Because 20, 30 years from now, sometimes the spark fades, but when you’re with someone who’s your best friend—that’s what makes a relationship last.”

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It was released yesterday (22), pictures of the photo shoot that Demi granted to the Mexican version of Glamour magazine. In these photos, the singer also appears with her ​​old blonde hair, check out:
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Here you have the photos of Demi‘s photoshoot for October issue of Teen Vogue!!In the previous post you can read a part of her interview for the magazine but below you have two pictures of the photoshoot,the cover and some of the behind the scenes.Check out this post later for future updates:
Behind The Scenes
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On the kind of star she wants to be: “When I look at someone who’s out there partying excessively or rappers rapping about doing drugs, who people look up to, and think, Oh that’s a G; that’s a gangster. I think, You’re actually being a giant pussy. Sorry, but those rockers in the ’80s were the furthest thing from rock stars. They were so insecure and so lonely that they had to do these things to get them through the day. If you’re spending your entire early 20s chasing the next party, what are you running away from? That’s not a badass. What’s a badass is when you can sit through your problems and feel emotions when you don’t want to have them. There have been nights where I’ve had to sit on my hands, because I want to act out, because I physically can’t sit still in the pain I’m dealing with, from looking back and being bullied or other things that happened. And now, as hard as it may be, I will do that. That’s what makes me a badass. Being a badass is handling your shit.”
On her past struggles with bulimia and cutting: “I’m not super religious, but I grew up Christian and I believe in God. When I’m in L.A., I don’t talk about it that much because people are very judgmental, but I just feel like God gave me a voice, not just to sing with. He put me through those things, which seemed horrible at the time, but they were so worth it. With the obstacles I’ve overcome, I can help people.”

On the lyrics from her song “Warrior” when she sings, “There’s a part of me I can’t get back/A little girl grew up too fast/All it took was once, I’ll never be the same/Now I’m taking back my life today”: “My family knows what it’s about. When I’m ready to open up that subject with the outside world, then I’ll be free to talk about it. But right now, it’s kind of one of those things where the lyrics speak for me. It’s all in the song.”

On her upcoming 21st birthday: “I look at birthdays as celebrating another year of life. You’ve made it another year. An entire year. Some people don’t make it to 21.”

On her first gig at age seven on Barney & Friends and singing the theme song: “At the time, I was just so grateful to be on TV, but I was also really struggling. Looking back, there was a connection, probably between any kid who’s ever sang that song to Barney, a little place in a child’s heart, a void, that could be filled. And maybe Barney fills it. Even before Barney, I was suicidal. I was seven. With Barney, I guess subliminally, I did have a relationship with this figure that was saving my life in a way… I’ve talked about being bullied and the years of being a teenager, but I went through things when I was younger that I’ve never talked about that probably caused me to turn out the way I ended up turning out.”

For more of Demi’s exclusive interview with Cosmopolitan pick up the new issue on newsstands July 9.


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