Demi is just your average teen except for the fame part!

NEW YORK — Demi Lovato isn’t like any 18-year-old star I’ve met. It’s press week for Camp Rock 2, the sequel to the 2008 hit TV movie starring the Jonas Brothers and Lovato, which will air in Canada on the Family Channel on Friday, Sept. 3.
Lovato walks into an early morning interview at the Parker Meridien Hotel radiating an odd combination of relaxation and intensity, which isn’t as conflicting as it first sounds.
Unlike lots of women her age, who try too hard to impress you with their niceness, or — worse — present a portrait of someone horribly bored by the whole show-business scene, Lovato is precisely what she announces herself to be. “I’m an 18-year-old-girl who is lucky enough to have one of the greatest careers in the world. I try to keep it real. I don’t have time to worry about what I’m projecting to the world. I’m just busy being myself.
But she’s not as easy to pinpoint as she makes it sound. Even 30 minutes with her introduces you to someone who’s tough and tender, worldly and beguilingly innocent. And that is her charm. As she sings in the song “La La Land” that she wrote with the Jonases: “I am confident, but I still have my moments,/Baby, that’s just me./I’m not a supermodel, I still eat McDonald’s./Baby, that’s just me.”
“Yeah, I used to crave their burgers,” she giggles, “but now I really have to watch what I eat. Not because of any body image stuff, but because when I’m performing, it’s such an intense workout that I practically have to go into training mode.”

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