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Demi Lovato Performs with 'American Idol' Girls - Watch Now!

Demi Lovato Performs with 'American Idol' Girls - Watch Now!

Demi Lovato belts out a song while performing during the season thirteen finale of American Idol on Wednesday (May 21) at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles.

The 21-year-old singer started off with her song “Really Don’t Care” before segueing into her hit “Neon Lights.”

Demi was joined on stage by the top girls from this season of IdolJena Irene, Jessica Meuse, Malaya Watson, Emily Piriz, Kristen O’Connor, and Majesty Rose.

“Had some really sweet fans say things that I really need to hear tonight.. God, I’m so grateful for you guys. I really do love you. ❤,” Demi tweeted this week.

Demi Lovato Performs with ‘American Idol’ Girls
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  • chris

    at least with Demi and Jlo the new artists will know how to lipsync like a pro by the time they get done with AI

  • Mireya

    Demi Lovato always sounds amazing! I love her voice. I think she is very underrated!

  • Floritsa Gomez

    I don’t let my daughters idolize this Disney manufactured rubbish. Do you want your teen girls to be cutters and drugs addicts? The Disney people have a certain way of destroying people’s lives. Just look at Lovato, and Britney Spears.

  • Cassy

    Lol. Nothing but ignorant and arrogant people.

    1. Demi Lovato doesn’t lip sync. She is strongly against it.

    2. You know her name, not her story. Don’t judge her, Demi is a great role model. I applaud her strength and wish her well in her recovery.

  • Zac

    @chris: You tried. :)

  • Trey Johnson

    That’s cute, have you seen what Demi does? You point out her lowest low as the only aspect of her life that has happened, if you really knew Demi you would know that she helps millions of young people be strong and stand up to bullies. She’s a hero. If she was a person who “encourages” cutting and drugs you are wrong, she is so much more healthy now, a true inspiration notices their flaws and turns it into something beautiful just like Demi did. Your comment really bothered me, just thought you should know.

  • Trey Johnson

    ^ @Floritsa Gomez

  • Lyndsey

    Many, many young women, with or without the influence of fame, suffer from eating disorders, self harm, low self esteem, and so on. It is a manifestation of pressures to be perfect in today’s society. Demi Lovato is one of few public figures who very candidly shares her struggles with the world in an attempt to make a difference. Demi is breaking down taboos and minimizing the shame attached to talking about these issues.
    Demi Lovato is far from a bad influence.

  • cat

    @Floritsa Gomez: I’m no preteen but I have a great deal of respect for Lovato because she tries to help teens overcome issues like cutting, drug abuse and eating disorders. She wants to encourage them to not make the same mistakes she did.

    I agree that there are problems with the Disney machine. But don’t be so quick to judge. If you’d take a second to find out someone’s story you may learn something.

  • Britney

    @Floritsa Gomez: hahaha your attempt at trying to act like you know what you’re talking about is funny. Pathetic, but funny. I didn’t develop an eating disorder or self harm issues because I saw Demi do it and thought it was cool. But I sure as hell am a lot further in my recovery because of her openness about her issues and how to overcome them. Don’t talk crap about things you don’t know about because she’s saved a whole heck of a lot more lives than you could ever imagine. Have you ever been to her concert? No? So you wouldn’t know about the advice she gives about learning to love yourself and asking for help because everyone deserves to live a happy life. Ever met her? No? Than you wouldn’t understand the hug she gives when she tells you to stay strong and hold on because there are better days ahead. Don’t talk crap about something you know nothing about.

    And you’re worried about your kids idolizing Demi? I’d be more concerned about them following in your foot steps – Lord knows we have enough judgemental, idiotic people in this world as it is,