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Demi Lovato Teams Up With Lyft To Help People Get To Vaccine Appointments

Demi Lovato Teams Up With Lyft To Help People Get To Vaccine Appointments

Demi Lovato is helping Hispanic communities get to vaccination sites!

The 28-year-old, along with the Voto Latino Foundation, has teamed up with ride share company Lyft to provide ride credits in her home state of Texas.

“The Latinx community has been devastated by the COVID epidemic healthwise and economically. The best way for our community to rebound from this pandemic is to get vaccinated – quickly. To that end, Voto Latino Foundation is pleased to partner with Lyft and Demi Lovato to safely provide individuals rides to receive their vaccine. Our aim is to help bridge the gaps and inequities in vaccine distribution for Latinos in Texas. No one should forgo a shot because they don’t have a ride. This is absolutely crucial work,” María Teresa Kumar, Co-Founding President and CEO of Voto Latino Foundation, said in a statement.

Lyft has a goal of providing access to 60 million rides for imperative vaccine access to and from their appointments. If individuals already have their own reliable transportation but would like to fund a ride for someone in need, one of Lyft’s nonprofit partners will connect them to it.

You can get more info, or even send a ride to someone, on Lyft.com/Vaccine-Access!

In case you missed it, Demi‘s comedy series just received a pilot order at NBC. Find out more at JustJared.com

Demi Lovato Performs Her Tiny Desk Concert at Home To a Special Audience

Demi Lovato Performs Her Tiny Desk Concert at Home To a Special Audience

Demi Lovato wears a gray suit jacket while performing her Tiny Desk Concert, which premiered on Wednesday morning (April 14)!

The 28-year-old performed three songs – “Tell Me You Love Me,” “The Art of Starting Over” and “Dancing With The Devil” – and had a special audience.

“#TinyDesk live from my backyard with my squirrels,” she wrote on Twitter.

After the first song, Demi shared, “I am super excited to be filming this outside because I’m really, really excited about the weather changing. Spring is my second favorite, and summer is my absolute favorite season. So, I’m really happy to be out in the bright sunny California sun, and my squirrels are out here.”

“You can’t see, but I have now taught them how to eat from my hand, and that’s a big accomplishment. So I just wanted to let you know, that is what was on my mind, and I’m happy to be here,” she added.

If you are confused and haven’t been keeping up with Demi‘s Instagram stories, she’s had squirrels in her yard and made it her mission to befriend them and get them to come up to her. She’s succeeded and as she said, has gotten them to grab food out of her hand!

Demi‘s Tiny Desk Concert was filmed right outside of her home studio, with her trophies and awards in the background. She showed them off back in December when the room was finished.


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Demi Lovato Talks The Struggles of Growing Up a Child Star

Demi Lovato Talks The Struggles of Growing Up a Child Star

Demi Lovato gets honest about what it was like being a child star.

The 28-year-old “Dancing With The Devil” singer chatted with Drew Barrymore on her daytime talk show and discussed the difficulties of growing up that way.

Click inside to see what she said… More Here! »

Demi Lovato's New Album Debuts With Her Highest Billboard 200 Position Since 2015!

Demi Lovato's New Album Debuts With Her Highest Billboard 200 Position Since 2015!

Demi Lovato has made a splash with her big music return!

The 28-year-old dropped her seventh album Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over, her first in four years, and it debuted in the No 2 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

This also marks her highest album chart position since 2015, when her album Confident was released. It’s also her seventh Top 5 charting album in a row, aka her entire discography.

In addition, Demi also had the No 1 album in sales, with 74,000 equivalent album units – 38k album sales, 33k SEA units (streaming), and 2k TEA units (track equivalent albums).

DWTDTAOSO has multiple different versions available. The standard edition has 19 tracks, the webstore exclusive has one bonus track, Target has an exclusive edition with two bonus tracks, the expanded edition, which includes previously released singles like “I Love Me,” “I’m Ready” with Sam Smith and “OK Not to Be OK” with Marshmello, and the deluxe edition, which features bonus track “Sunset” and live performance editions of “Anyone,” “Dancing With The Devil” and “ICU (Madison’s Lullabye).”

The number one album this week was Justin Bieber‘s Justice, which returned to the top spot.

Demi Lovato Says Making Her New Docu-Series Was 'Really Cathartic'

Demi Lovato Says Making Her New Docu-Series Was 'Really Cathartic'

Demi Lovato is sharing what it was like to make her docu-series Dancing With The Devil.

The 28-year-old performer made a virtual appearance on The Tonight Show on Friday (April 9) and reflected on how the experience impacted her.

Host Jimmy Fallon described the show as “rough and tough” and asked Demi if it was “odd” to be so raw and vulnerable about her life.

“It was challenging,” she replied. “I had to work through a lot of things before I actually told the story on camera.”

“But I’ve been working on myself and putting in a lot of work behind the scenes so that when it was time to put it on camera, I felt completely secure to tell my story,” Demi added.

She described making the docu-series as “really cathartic” and shared that she hopes viewers will learn from what she went through and that the documentary will help destigmatize mental health.

She told Jimmy, “No matter what people say when they watch it, and whatever people think when they listen to my album [Dancing With the Devil...The Art of Starting Over], I am so excited about these two projects and I’m standing in such truth that nothing anyone can say will shake me.”

Demi recently opened up about one “weird” part about growing up on the Disney Channel.

Demi Lovato Admits She Was Also Shocked By Things Max Ehrich Said & Did After Split

Demi Lovato Admits She Was Also Shocked By Things Max Ehrich Said & Did After Split

Demi Lovato is opening up about her breakup from Max Ehrich in the final episode of her Dancing With The Devil docu-series.

The 28-year-old, her friends and family all dished about their relationship, then their split.

After they got engaged, Demi said, “There have been times in my life where I have felt so alone. Now that I have found him, I feel amazing… I’m kind of scared to know life without quarantine with him.”

Her best friend Sirah even admitted, “Although there was a lot of concerns, we were all still really happy that she was feeling so good and that she had somebody with her through this time.”

On their split, Demi admitted that, like everyone else, she was also shocked by some of the things that he said and did after they broke up. Click inside to see what she said… More Here! »

Demi Lovato Says This Part of Growing Up On Disney Channel Was 'Weird'

Demi Lovato Says This Part of Growing Up On Disney Channel Was 'Weird'

Demi Lovato is opening up about essentially growing up on Disney Channel.

The 28-year-old got her big break on the network when she starred in Camp Rock in 2008.

She was also in the short series As The Bell Rings, as well as her own show Sonny With a Chance, and of course Camp Rock 2.

Demi just opened up about what it was like having most of her peers just be her fellow Disney stars, and what she refers to Disney High.

“I called it Disney High because my only peers were other people on the Disney Channel,” she told Apple Music‘s Zane Lowe. “And it was like, it was weird. You know, we all dated each other. We all hung out together and we had feuds and it was weird. It was like high school, but ours was on a platform with social media that had never existed before.”

“So now I’m like, and there’s camera phones. That was something nobody had to worry about 10 years prior, camera phones,” Demi continued. “If I was a Disney kid at a party, I could not be seen with a red cup, no matter what was in it. If I had Coca-Cola or a Jack and Coke, I couldn’t be seen with that Coca-Cola because nobody knew what was in the contents of the red cup and the red cup kind of symbolized… All times everywhere you go. Never be seen slipping up.”

In case you missed it, see how fans reacted to a “savage” song on Demi‘s new album…