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The former Disney star will close the show, which is televised live every Dec. 31 from Queen Victoria Park in the Falls.
“I love my Canadian fans and can’t wait to ring in the New Year with them in Niagara Falls,” Lovato said in a news release. “I am honoured to be a part of this event and to be performing for my fans on such a special evening.”
The 2-1/2-hour show will be hosted by Cheryl Hickey and Rick Campanelli, with Sangita Patel.
Lovato will be preceded onstage by Serena Ryder and the Sam Roberts Band.
Global TV said it had record-breaking attendance for last year’s show, with 65,000 people watching in the park, while viewership peaked at two million at midnight.
It airs at 10 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.
This year, the Disney alum has found a new home on Fox, returning for her second stint in a judge’s chair next to Simon Cowell on The X Factor and romancing Naya Rivera on Glee.
Meanwhile, her fourth studio album, Demi, which dropped in May, sold 110,000 copies in its first week. In honor of her Mexican-American father, who died in June, the former Sonny With a Chance star was inspired to create the Lovato Treatment Scholarship program, which pays for treatment for individuals suffering from mental illness. Nearly three years after completing treatment for her own mental health issues and substance abuse, Lovato opted to spend her 21st birthday in August on a charity mission in Africa. “It was the best week of my entire life,” she says.
Proud to be Latina: “When I tell people I’m Hispanic, they’re like, ‘Wait, what?’ Just because I don’t look it doesn’t mean I can’t represent it. It means a lot to me.”
The full list here.
Many pop stars in her position have happily declared that they’re not “role models” despite having thousands of young fans. In a new interview in the Nov. 15 print issue of Entertainment Weekly, Lovato, 21, talks about why she refuses to think that way.
“I used to say that too,” she admitted to the publication. “That was my excuse to do whatever the f*** I wanted and not give a s*** about what other people thought. Then I ended up going through some stuff. I realized I’m never going to escape the fact that I’m in the public eye, so I might as well do the best I can.”
Though many former Disney stars have fallen off the wagon, Lovato’s story is unique because she was the first to do so while still on the children’s network. In addition to working closely with Disney boy band The Jonas Brothers both on tour and in the films Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, Lovato was starring the channel’s show Sonny With a Chance when she went into rehab.
“When I was in treatment, I honestly thought my career was over,” she said. “But when I came out of treatment, I had more supportive fans than ever.”
And though her book of daily affirmations, Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year, hits stands on Nov. 19, the “Heart Attack” singer has already signed on to write a tell-all memoir.
“I’m battling with internal thoughts on how honest I should be,” the X Factor judge said. “Yes, I’ve been very honest, but if people really knew how dark and deep my struggles got — not just with my eating disorder but with drugs and alcohol — they’d be really shocked. But I’ll most likely end up saying everything. Maybe it’ll help other people in the industry who are headed down the wrong path.”
And though she says she’s not in the position to give her celebrity peers advice, she’s often been asked about new-found wild child and fellow Disney vet Miley Cyrus.
“She’s having fun and figuring out who she is, and this is the age when that happens,” she mused. “I think that… [long pause and a smile] she’s doing her own thing. Good for her.”
Oh, and she and Selena Gomez became BFF on the set of Barney and Friends (everyone’s favourite singing purple dinosaur show) when they were little ones.
But that’s not why I love Demetria “Demi” Lovato.
I heart Demi because she’s brave. I’d like to interview her more than just about anyone else on the planet – because she’s fascinating and smart and sweet and so brave.
Through all the glitter and glamour that comes with being pop royalty, all the disingenuous people attracted to fame, and all the trappings of celebrity, Demi’s just being Demi. She’s candid about struggling with mental illness, being suicidal at age seven, surviving bulimia, self-medicating with drugs and alcohol, living with Bipolar Disorder), and recovering from attempts to harm herself.
And at just 21, she’s brought more genuine courage to her place in the spotlight than men and women twice her age. As I said, this girl is special.
Demi’s life has been full of heartbreak, but she’s not a broken person. She’s resilient, and she’s showing other people how to survive. She’s found a way to be indestructible but vulnerable, and I couldn’t admire that more if I tried.
If you don’t know Demi (she hasn’t toured Australia… yet) I suggest you get on it. She says a lot of brilliant things, but here are my favourites, to get you acquainted:
Demi’s Greatest Hits
“I wish I could tell every young girl with an eating disorder, or who has harmed herself in any way, that she’s worthy of life and that her life has meaning. You can overcome and get through anything.”
“I don’t think it does anybody any good to just hide something or cover it up or lie or whatever. I think … that’s what being a role model is all about. It’s not about being perfect. It’s about speaking about your issues and inspiring others to get help.”
“Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect.”
“If there’s anyone out here tonight that doesn’t feel beautiful enough, or doesn’t feel worthy enough … You’re wrong. Because you guys are all so incredible. And if you’re dealing with any of the issues that I’ve dealt with, don’t be afraid to speak up, because someone will be there for you. And if you think you’re alone, put on my music, because I’m going to be there for you.”
“Never be ashamed of what you feel. You have the right to feel any emotion that you want, and to do what makes you happy. That’s my life motto.”
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Unfortunately, the time and where they will launch the video were not disclosed, but it seems that will either be by the morning the American program “Good Morning America”, or the part of the night in the channel “Disney Channel” American.
So stay tuned here on our website as soon as the clip is released post here for you!